I have this behaviour how can I workarround this,
I have project A with key A
I have project B with key B
Users of project A forward a copy of thier ticket in thier project to project B having project A key in the subject the email will not create ticket in project B.
Can we write a script or listiner to replace any exsising project Key from the subject of email and foce the email to go to the intended recipient project ??
All the built-in handlers work on the same simple rule - if there's an existing issue key in the subject, then the email is a comment on that issue. If it can't find an existing key, it will create a new issue in the handler's defined project.
Your only option is to find or write a new handler for your email, because you need totally different rules (When I say "find", I'm actually hinting that you might want to look at the JEMH, although I don't know if it can do this)
I think you might have a logical problem though - if an email from a project A user arrives with an issue key in the subject, then how do you know whether it's a comment for that issue or a new issue for B?
If reciepient email in project B is defined for that project in subject (looking at project Key in subject) match then its a comment, if no match then it will be a new issue to be created in the reciepient email project, simply as that!
Please I have the source code , if we can re-code the class , where is that class?
That rule does not work. You'll match all incoming email to "new issue". In the cases where it contains a project key in the subject, then what does it comment on? You need to include the *full* issue key to get a comment. In other words, pretty much what the default email handlers do, although you probably want to remove the bit that matches other projects.
I can not give you the source code, it's private. If you have a commercial license for Jira, you can download it from your my.atlassian account.
However, whether you have the code or not, start at: https://developer.atlassian.com/display/JIRADEV/Adding+your+own+email+handling+classes
There should be a workarround for such case, keeping inmind that the subject contains full issue number and project key like ( A-1125 ), what is not logical is its looking at the subject and does not look at the To field as well. This way it will not open a new ticket in project B while the recipeint is B project.
Please our managers says why its not opening tickets in the requersted project B while the subject contains (FW: blabla A-1125)
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