I need some changes to the Outreach Project Tool (OPT) email parsing logic, detailed below. OPT is a project management tool written in PHP/mysql. It should only take a few hours to someone who is familiar with OPT.
(A)Change the email parsing logic
This is the logic I want from OPT email parsing:
For an email sent to the main email address from a customer:
1)If the subject line is such as "Project:competitivecommercialcarpet"
(case insensitive) it will look for project
"competitivecommercialcarpet%" (case insennsitive and note the
wildcard character at the end) and add the mail to the email archive of
2)Then it will go ahead and parse the mail in the usual way, attempting to add the email to the task comment. You must remove the logic that scans the email configured in "project settings" because that logic overrides putting the email in the task comment (in other words, if the email is a
response to a comment and the email address is configured in "poject settings", it needs to put the email in the task comment. Note that it does NOT do this now, instead it will put the email in the project archive
3)Lastly, it should see if the sender email is configured in "project settings" and if so should put the email in the project email archive
(B)Change the project comment notification message. I will send details later.
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