Since April Google has made some changes to Gmail in that Gmail no longer simply groups email conversations based on subject line and ticket ID etc.
Now, Gmail will only group emails if the email contains reference IDs in the header, for the previous emails.
Since many clients use Gmail and the support tickets have previously been grouped based on [ticket #12345] etc, now it is most unfortunate that this doesn't work - and instead, users are receiving new email each time.
We have had a lot of clients comment on this issue.
Can WHMCS consider adding some additional setting inside email header to provide reference to previously sent email IDs?
Previously, Gmail would thread together messages when either:
A message is sent in reply to another, or A message has: The same sender or recipients The same subject Is sent within one week of an earlier message in the thread With this change, Google has added the requirement that an incoming message’s Reference header, if present, must reference IDs of previous messages in order to thread. This means that if you receive two emails with the same subject from the same sender, these emails will not be threaded together unless one explicitly references the other.
For further clarification, the first email’s Message-ID should match the second email’s References and In-Reply-To.
By Malith Perera
who is know how to active WHMCS Support Ticket E mail Send Client E mail
OK, I have an issue that has probably been encountered before but need some help. I have a client who opens tickets from one of their many email addresses. They're complaining that they can't see their tickets.
Anyway, I've added their new email address as a sub-account of the main account. I want all the tickets that are labeled "Not a Registered Client" to be assigned to their account.
How do I assign support ticket from "Not a Registered Client" to a client?
What is the process for this? Do I need to create a sub-account or is there another way?
Many thanks in advance for the tips.
I can confirm that issue #2 in this forum thread still exists with the latest release of iWHMCS.
This is *very* concerning as it might mean it's also a potential entrypoint for SQL injection. Please look into this asap WHMCS devs.
After answering a support ticket it just stays on the same ticket that has just been responded to, not returning to ticket list.
I have tried in multi browsers all behave the same.
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