Commander Commander
Commander
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Adding to the Subject line of defect automail

I need to modify the Subject line of automail defect messages.  My goal is to add "[Send Secure]" (minus the quotes) to the front of the Subject line.  I've added the AUTO_MAIL_SUBJECT_FORMAT parameter, and tried the following values:: [Send Secure], "[Send Secure]", and '[Send Secure]', but nothing has worked -- the Subject line still displays the default string.

Does anyone know the correct format for the variable? 

Thanks!

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Vice Admiral
Vice Admiral

That should have worked.  Make sure you log OUT of the project your testing from, then log back in as it doesn't seem to refresh the email subject until you log into a project.

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Commander Commander
Commander

I've made some headway, in that I was able to get [Send Secure] added to the subject line.  The problem is that when using the parameter, [Send Secure] is the only thing that appears in the subject line.  From the Admin Guide, I know there's a way to add BUG fields such as Summary and Bug ID to the subject, but I'd also like to add the Domain and Project if possible.

Any ideas?

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Absent Member.. Absent Member..
Absent Member..

Did you tried restarting the server?

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Fleet Admiral
Fleet Admiral

The Admin guide shows an example how to include domain and project name in the subject line. What does your current entry in the DATACONST table look like?

Jan Czajkowski

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