Priority feature configuration options

This plugin allows you to report an issue in MantisBT by sending an email to a particular mail account

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AlexNikitos
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Priority feature configuration options

Post by AlexNikitos » Apr 04, 2018 3:01 pm

In the section "Classify bug priorities" I have:

'5 (lowest)' => '10',
'4 (low)' => '20',
'3 (normal)' => '30',
'2 (high)' => '40',
'1 (highest)' => '50',
5 => '20',
4 => '20',
3 => '30',
2 => '40',
1 => '50',
0 => '10',
'low' => '20',
'normal' => '30',
'high' => '40',
'' => '30',
'?' => '30',

How can I use it?

For example, I need to set a "Hight" or "Highest" priority in the issue. What I need to write in the e-mail and where (in subject or in a body)?

Thank you.

SL-Gundam
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Joined: Jul 06, 2011 9:17 am

Re: Priority feature configuration options

Post by SL-Gundam » Apr 04, 2018 5:08 pm

Those are the mappings so that EmailReporting knows which email priority corresponds to which MantisBT priority
http://www.mantisbt.org/wiki/doku.php/m ... g_priority

If somebody sends an email to you with priority high, that email will also get that priority in MantisBT

If you want all of your issues to get priority high by default, Then disable Look for priority header field
In the config_inc.php of MantisBT adjust the default priority for new issues

If you only want to modify the priority for issues created by EmailReporting, you will need to modify the numbers so that they correspond to the desired priority

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