You may want your customers to receive a confirmation email when submitting a ticket. For this, we use Autoresponder which is the term used for acknowledgment emails dispatched when a new ticket is created in helpdesk.
Follow through this article to learn how you can configure when it should be dispatched, and also modify the content as well as layout.
The table below shows you where to configure the dispatch settings for each of the ticket sources.
|Tickets created from Support Center||
|Tickets created via REST (REpresentational State Transfer) API||
|Tickets created from emails||This can be disabled globally for each email queue via Send new ticket autoresponder setting in Admin interface.|
|Tickets created from Staff interface||
|On Premise||Clients can tweak default checkbox selection via making custom tweaks to class.View_Ticket.php under
In case you want to nullify the autoresponder for emails received from particular sources or on the basis of certain criteria, you can make use of Pre Parser action set available in Admin interface > Options > Email Parser > Rules to disable autoresponder.
If new emails from a source are not triggering an autoresponder, (presuming, you have already cross-checked rules and email queue setting) check loop blockages and fine-tune existing loop blocker rules in Admin interface > Options > Email Parser > Loop Blockages / Loop Blocker rules. These rules are designed to prevent loops created by autoresponder/out-of-office emails dispatched from the user’s end.
Language phrases and templates in the helpdesk contain the content and in turn, are responsible for the layout of outgoing emails. Template and language selection are determined via how the ticket has been created. See Modifying the Content of the Autoresponder email for further details.
Template and Language Selection
The table below shows you where to configure the templates and the language settings for each of the ticket sources.
|Tickets created from Support Center||Template group accessed by the user and active language determines the language and template selection.|
|Tickets created via REST (REpresentational State Transfer) API||Value set for
|Tickets created from emails||Template group linked to email queue from which email is parsed determines the template group to be used. The default language linked with the selected template group is used in case an explicit default language isn’t specified for user profile.
Note: If a default language is selected to user profile from which ticket is created, it is prioritized over default language linked to applicable template group. This can be checked via Language setting under the Profile tab of a user profile from Staff interface > Users > Manage Users.
|Tickets created from Staff interface||User Group of the user and it’s linkage to a template group is considered for an existing user. If the user group is not explicitly linked to a template group or a new user is created (via Send Email), the default template group and its default language are considered.|
- Refer to the article Setting up Autoresponders for Different Email Queues for guidelines in setting up autoresponder emails.
- refer to the article Customizing Notification Email Templates for a detailed step-by-step guide in modifying and customizing your autoresponder emails.