Jira service desk email requests

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We have Jira Servicedesk (Server Edition, version. 4.5.4 with 3 agents and we have troubles with request creation via e-mail.

Personal 'Other' e-mail channel was configured. I deleted this  mail channel and created it again. And I got the confirmation e-mail that confirm the custom email account is connected, which says: "Your service desk email channel is ready to receive requests!". However, new e-mails received by this e-mail doesn't create any Jira Service Desk requests. These e-mails also are unopened and remains in unread status.

 

However, if customers will create request by customer portal, issues will successfully create in project. And my test user in Jira Service Desk customer role got a confirmation email.

I have come across multiple similar threads, such as https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-Service-Desk-questions/Emails-sent-to-the-service-desk-address-create-no-ticket/qaq-p/1047505 and https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-Service-Desk-questions/Emails-not-creating-requests-issues-in-Service-Desk/qaq-p/1048767 . I have verified / conducted the following steps:

  • Go to Jira settings > System > Global mail settings and verify email puller and email processor are set to "On".
  • Navigate to Project settings > Customer permissions, under "Who can access the portal and send requests", it is set to "Anyone can send a request without logging in".
  • Navigate to Project settings > Email requests, the email request type is assigned to a request type that has "Summary" and "Description" visible in the customer request form.
  • Navigate to Jira Settings > Products > Email Requests:
    • The e-mail address shows a status of "No e-mail received ever". But, the email is received in the e-mail account and remains unread.
    • Clicking test on the e-mail also is successful, saying "No problems found with email settings configuration. Successfully connected to the specified email server."

When I tried configure custom mail handler for this e-mqil and this project , and click button 'Test', I  got an error message 'Found 357 messages, created one comments, issuses did not created, you should be in Jira Service Desk team'

Sours: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-Service-Management/Can-not-create-a-customer-request-via-email/qaq-p/1537459

Jira Service Management Support

If your customers prefer to raise requests from the comfort of their email inbox, you can set up an email address to receive requests in your service desk. Emailed requests are added to your queues, so your team can focus on customers without worrying about missing requests or multiple inboxes.

Before you begin:

  • Make sure you're a Jira administrator and read Managing the email channel to learn more about global mail settings.
  • Enable public signup, or add customers to your service desk project to ensure that you receive new requests.
  • Set up a suitable request type with Summary and Description as required, visible fields. Any other fields must be optional.
  • Know which emails from your mail client will be processed.

If you encounter any issues during the email setup process, check out some common errors and resolutions.

Customer requests and comments are processed differently than Jira mail. Issues created via Jira email handlers don't show up as service desk customer requests. For this reason, we don't recommend using a Jira mail handler for service desk projects. Read Creating issues and comments from email for more information.

How your customers send requests by email

How receiving requests by email works:

  1. A customer emails a request to your service desk email address. The request becomes an issue in your service desk and is added to a queue.
  2. An agent comments on the issue.
  3. The customer receives an email notification that contains the agent's comment.
  4. The customer replies to the email notification and the reply displays as a comment on the issue in the service desk.

Add an email account

In Jira Service Desk Server, you can add one linked email account to each service desk project.

To add a new email:

  1. From your service desk project, select Project settings > Email requests.
  2. Select Add an email address.
  3. Choose your email service provider and complete the requested details.
  4. Click Next.
  5. If your Gmail or Yahoo! account uses two-step verification, you'll need to set up an application-specific password.

If you use more than one email address to interact with your customers, you might be able to set up forwarding rules or aliases to receive requests in the email linked to your service desk project. You will need to configure any forwarding rules or aliases in your email clients.

Choose a request type for email requests

To use the email channel, you need to have at least one request type in your project with visible Summary and Description fields. Associating email requests with a suitable request type ensures that the emails are successfully filtered into your service desk queues.

To choose a request type:

  1. From your service desk project, select Project settings > Email requests.
  2. Click Edit next to the email address.
  3. Use the dropdown to select a Request type.
  4. Click Done to confirm your request type.

Drop down displaying request types that are suitable for emails

Verify your linked email account

Once you have chosen a suitable request type, Jira Service Desk sends a test email and creates a corresponding test request.

To verify your email:

  1. From your service desk, go to Queues.
  2. Verify that your linked email account works by finding the new request.

New messages sent to your linked email account appear as service desk requests in your project.

Set up permissions so customers can send email requests

Before you share your email address with your customers, check your customer permissions.

Further reading

Check out Managing the email channel to learn how to:

  • control what happens to email addresses that are added to the To or CC field of an email associated with a service desk request
  • choose whether to allow emails from addresses which are not registered as customers of your service desk to be added as comments to the associated request

How different types of emails are processed

Jira Service Desk processes different emails differently. See the option that applies to you:

Emails using POP

Jira Service Desk looks for messages in your inbox that have:

  • the Deleted flag set to false
  • were received after your email account and service desk project were linked.

To link your email account with a service desk using POP, make sure that your email inbox is empty by moving the existing messages to another folder, archiving them, or deleting them. Starting with an empty inbox ensures that you do not lose emails unintentionally, as POP emails are deleted after they are processed by Jira Service Desk.

Emails using IMAP

Jira Service Desk looks for messages in your inbox that have:

  • the Deleted and Seen flags set to false
  • were received after your email account and service desk project were linked.

If you use IMAP, emails are marked as read (not deleted) after they are processed by Jira Service Desk. If you want existing messages to be pulled in by Jira Service Desk, you can move them back to your inbox and mark them as unread after the connection has been established.

Sours: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/SERVICEDESKSERVER044/Receiving+requests+by+email
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Jira Service Management Support

If your customers prefer to raise requests from the comfort of their email inbox, you can set up an email address to receive requests in your service project. Emailed requests are added to your queues, so your team can focus on customers without worrying about missing requests or multiple inboxes.

Before you begin:

  • Make sure you're a Jira administrator and read Managing the email channel to learn more about global mail settings.
  • Enable public signup, or add customers to your service project to ensure that you receive new requests.
  • Set up a suitable request type with Summary and Description as required, visible fields. Any other fields must be optional.
  • Know which emails from your mail client will be processed.
  • If the email address you're planning to set for your project is from Google or Microsoft, you'll need to use the OAuth 2.0 authentication method, as Google and Microsoft are planning to disable basic authentication (user and password). You can configure the OAuth 2.0 integration for your Jira instance and then select it when setting up the email channel for your project.

If you encounter any issues during the email setup process, check out some common errors and resolutions.

Customer requests and comments are processed differently than Jira mail. Issues created via Jira email handlers don't show up as service project customer requests. For this reason, we don't recommend using a Jira mail handler for service projects. Read Creating issues and comments from email for more information.

How your customers send requests by email

How receiving requests by email works:

  1. A customer emails a request to your service project email address. The request becomes an issue in your service project and is added to a queue.
  2. An agent comments on the issue.
  3. The customer receives an email notification that contains the agent's comment.
  4. The customer replies to the email notification and the reply displays as a comment on the issue in the service project.

Add an email account

In Jira Service Management Server, you can add one linked email account to each service desk project.

Before you begin:

With Google and Microsoft deprecating basic authentication, you need to configure an OAuth 2.0 integration if you're using one of these email providers. OAuth 2.0 can be configured once by a Jira system admin, and then used as an authentication method in your projects. For more info, see OAuth 2.0 integration.

To add a new email:

  1. From your service project, select Project settings > Email requests.
  2. Select Add an email address.
  3. If you're using Google or Microsoft as email providers, set the authentication method to the OAuth 2.0 integration configured in your Jira instance. You should see available OAuth 2.0 integrations in the drop-down list. 

    When adding your email account, you need to be able to authenticate to the email service provider used in your OAuth 2.0 integration.

  4. Click Save and authorize. You'll be redirected to your email account.
  5. Once authorized, you will see a success message about the channel being enabled. Your customers should now be able to create their requests via email.

Good to know

  • If your Gmail or Yahoo! account uses two-step verification, you'll need to set up an application-specific password.
  • If you use more than one email address to interact with your customers, you might be able to set up forwarding rules or aliases to receive requests in the email linked to your service desk project. You will need to configure any forwarding rules or aliases in your email clients.

Choose a request type for email requests

To use the email channel, you need to have at least one request type in your project with visible Summary and Description fields. Associating email requests with a suitable request type ensures that the emails are successfully filtered into your service desk queues.

To choose a request type:

  1. From your service desk project, select Project settings > Email requests.
  2. Click Edit next to the email address.
  3. Use the dropdown to select a Request type.
  4. Click Done to confirm your request type.

List of request types that you can assign to your email channel.

Verify your linked email account

Once you have chosen a suitable request type, Jira Service Management sends a test email and creates a corresponding test request.

To verify your email:

  1. From your service desk, go to Queues.
  2. Verify that your linked email account works by finding the new request.

New messages sent to your linked email account appear as service desk requests in your project.

Set up permissions so customers can send email requests

Before you share your email address with your customers, check your customer permissions.

Further reading

Check out Managing the email channel to learn how to:

  • control what happens to email addresses that are added to the To or CC field of an email associated with a service desk request
  • choose whether to allow emails from addresses which are not registered as customers of your service desk to be added as comments to the associated request

How different types of emails are processed

Jira Service Management processes different emails differently. See the option that applies to you:

Emails using POP

Jira Service Management looks for messages in your inbox that have:

  • the Deleted flag set to false
  • were received after your email account and service desk project were linked.

To link your email account with a service project using POP, make sure that your email inbox is empty by moving the existing messages to another folder, archiving them, or deleting them. Starting with an empty inbox ensures that you do not lose emails unintentionally, as POP emails are deleted after they are processed by Jira Service Management.

Emails using IMAP

Jira Service Management looks for messages in your inbox that have:

  • the Deleted and Seen flags set to false
  • were received after your email account and service desk project were linked.

If you use IMAP, emails are marked as read (not deleted) after they are processed by Jira Service Management. If you want existing messages to be pulled in by Jira Service Management, you can move them back to your inbox and mark them as unread after the connection has been established.

Sours: https://confluence.atlassian.com/servicemanagementserver/receiving-requests-by-email-939926303.html
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Jira Software Support

This article only applies to Atlassian's cloud products. Learn more about the differences between cloud and server.

Purpose

This article details how to troubleshoot issues with the email channel in Jira Service Desk. It is targeting why emails are not getting to Jira Service Desk.

Test your email channel connection

Errors with your email channel connection can occur for a variety of reasons. To check if your service desk can receive emails requests, test the connection between your Jira Service Desk and your email account.

To check your email channel connection:

You must be a Jira admin to check the connection.

  1. Choose Jira icon > Jira settings > Products.

  2. Under Jira Service Desk, select Email requests.

  3. Select Test.

Adjust the global mail settings

You can temporarily adjust the Global email settings to troubleshoot your email channel.

To change the global mail settings:

Prerequisite - You must be a Jira admin to check the connection.

  1. Choose Jira icon> Jira settings.

  2. Go to System > Global Mail Settings.

Error - Email address in use

Message

The email address you entered is currently used by another project's email channel.

Resolution

Make sure each of your service desk projects has a unique email account. An email account can't connect with multiple service desks.

You can also receive this message if you're trying to use multiple email aliases that point to the same email account for multiple service desk email channels.


Error - Requests aren't created or notifications received

Description

Customers are emailing requests that aren't arriving in your queues. They also aren't receiving notifications.

Resolution

To troubleshoot why requests aren't created or notifications received:

  1. Check the email connection.

  2. Verify that the customer has permission to email your service desk.

  3. Verify that the default request type for the email channel has visible Summary and Description fields.

  4. Verify that the Email puller is on in Global mail settings.

  • If the associated email inbox is in Office 365, it might be because an attachment on the request is larger than 2MB. This is a known issue with Office 365. To resolve it, try resizing the attachment.

  • If the associated email is AOL, the AOL mail server might reject the mail. This is because the Atlassian Cloud mail server is not a fully-qualified domain name (FQDN). We recommend that you don't use AOL email addresses with your service desk.

Error - No suitable request type for the email channel

Message

No suitable request type for the email channel. You will select the default request type assigned to requests created from the email channel during the setup. However, no existing request types are suitable for email requests. A suitable request type must have both the Summary and Description fields as visible fields and all the other visible fields, if any, must be optional. If you want to enable the email channel, add a new request type that meets the criteria or modify an existing one on the Request types page.

Resolution

To troubleshoot why there are no suitable request types for the email channel:

  1. In your service desk project, select Project Settings > Request types.

  2. Add a new request type or choose an existing one.

  3. Select Edit fields.

  4. Make sure both the Summary and Description fields are added and marked as Visible. Add an Attachment field and mark it as not Required.

  5. Select Save, then head back to Project settings > Email requests.

Error - Archived messages are creating requests

Description
When Jira Service Desk checks your email accounts for new messages, it polls the inbox folder. Gmail uses labels to classify messages into categories and only has the following folders:

  • Inbox

  • Sent Mail

  • Bin (or Trash)

This means that the archived messages are treated like they're in the inbox folder. With POP3, Jira Service Desk is not able to identify archived messages by labels and therefore still brings them in as requests.

Resolution

Use IMAP instead, or reconnect with OAuth by clicking on the Microsoft logo.

Error - Set up a Gmail account

Message:

Unfortunately Jira couldn't connect to the mail server. Here is what the mail server said: "[ALERT] Please log in via your web browser:http://support.google.com/mail/accounts/bin/answer.py?answer=78754(Failure)

Resolution:

Create an application-specific password for Jira Service Desk in your Gmail account settings.

Error - Account locks for security - Microsoft Outlook

Message:

Unfortunately, Jira Service Desk couldn't connect to the mail server. Here is what the mail server said: "STAT command failed: Exceeded the login limit for a 15 minute period. Reduce the frequency of requests to the POP3 server.

Resolution:

Jira Service Desk checks email accounts every minute. Microsoft Outlook might suspect inappropriate usage of this account and lock it for security reasons. To resolve this, use IMAP instead, or reconnect with OAuth by clicking on the Microsoft logo.

Sours: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/how-to-troubleshoot-issues-with-the-email-channel-973489501.html

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Jira Service Management Support

After you set up your email channel, you can change how emails are parsed, if customers are created directly from emails, or view logs and check the email connection for any email channel on the site.

Manage the email channel for multiple service desk projects

You must be a Jira administrator to manage the email channel.

To manage the email channel:

  1. Choose Jira administration > Applications.
  2. Under Jira Service Management, select Email requests.
  3. Choose one of the following:
    • Strip quotes: choose whether emailed comments contain the entire email thread, or just the most recent reply.
    • HTML email parsing: choose whether HTML emails display in wiki markup or plain text.
    • Public email comments: choose whether replies are added as comments to existing requests.
    • Customer account creation: choose whether new customers are created from the address list of email messages.
    • View status and logs: view the status of each email channel on your service project's site, logs, or delete a channel. Information older than 6 months is deleted daily.

Manage global mail settings

There are two global mail settings—email puller and email processor—that are used by Jira Service Management only. They don’t impact any other email settings you have set up for Jira.

To manage global mail settings:

  1. Choose Jira administration > System.
  2. Under Mail, select Global mail settings.
  3. Choose one of the following:
    • Email puller: connects to your mail servers every minute and pulls the email data into the database. Emails with attachments larger than 25MB are not be pulled.
    • Email processor: filters the emails (for example, to remove auto-replies and spam) using information stored in the database.

How to configure a mail server and mail handler

To learn how to configure Jira Service Management to receive and process emails, check out Creating issues and comments from email.

You must be a Jira administrator to do this.

Sours: https://confluence.atlassian.com/servicemanagementserver/managing-the-email-channel-939926306.html
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