We have predefined Outlook Forms available for users to submit requests from Outlook. Once the form is sent to the mailbox, we need the Email Listener to read the email content, create Case and populate the data on the Case.
By default Pega Email Wizard creates Service Email Rule with mappings for predefined fields like “To”, “From”, “Subject”, “Body” etc.. When listener is reading the email and creating a Case, its able to map From / To / Subject / Body etc but the issue is, the Outlook Form fields are NOT part of the email body and those are defined as separate individual fields. Because the content of the form is not part of email Body or any other predefined fields, Listener is not able to read the content.
Has anyone come across similar requirement and know how to enable Email Listener to be able to read Outlook Form fields and map to the Clipboard?
Thanks Nick. We tried that. For example, for "Transit" field, there are 2 different fields defined in the form (010 Transit or txtTransit). I tried with both but still Listener isn't able to read these fields.
Posted: 5 years ago
Posted: 18 Apr 2018 16:30 EDT
Nick Loving (NickLoving_GCS)
Senior Principal Engineer, Technical Support
Gmail is certainly one of the easiest ways to do this, as email clients can show questionable/partial data, but we may be able to find out.
If you're using Outlook, open the email in its own window, go to File > (make sure "Info" is selected on the left) > then click Properties. Check to see if what you're looking for is in the Internet headers section.