It can be really frustrating when emails seem to go “missing” somewhere between your computer and Autotask. If you find yourself trying to figure out why emails aren’t making it into Autotask, work through each of the following steps to find the missing link.
Check the Email2AT Classic History Log
If Email2AT Classic is receiving the message, it will be logged in your account history at MSPintegrations.com.
Check to see if your missing email is listed in the Email2AT history:
- Open a web browser, and navigate to https://www.mspintegrations.com/
- Click Login at the top-right
- Enter your Autotask username and password, then click Login
- Click the History option for Email2AT in the left side bar
The results are searchable, and sorted from newest to oldest. Look to see if you can find your missing email.
If the message is listed in your history, then review the history details for that email:
- Click the title of the message to open the message’s details
- Click the Log tab to see how it was processed
If Email2AT was able to create a ticket using the Autotask API (ATWS), the ticket number will be listed on the History tab.
If Email2AT was not able to create a ticket using ATWS, the log should include details as to why it was not created successfully.
Try To Bypass Your Mail Server
Try to send a message directly to your @email2at.com email address (example: firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you can create a ticket by sending to @email2at.com directly, then you will need to review the email server settings for your own server to be sure it’s forwarding to Email2AT correctly.
Check your email server configuration. The email server should be set to redirect email from your own domain (example: email@example.com) to your @email2at.com or @kaseya2at.net address. For example, your email server should receive email at firstname.lastname@example.org and forward it to email@example.com.
If you’re not sure that your server is forwarding the messages correctly, a great troubleshooting step is to configure your server temporarily to forward to another address outside your domain (like an address @gmail.com). Once that’s working, then modify the redirect address back to the @email2at.com or @kaseya2at.net address and try again.
If you send an email directly to your @email2at.com address, and it never shows up, then there may be something wrong on our end of things. We consider this a very urgent ticket. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our support team at 877-214-1606 for further assistance.