Automatic priority changes


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I’ve searched the archives about this issue to no (real) benifit. I’m
about to start writing something that will run from cron to escalate the
priority level of RT tickets in certain queues, but as I’ve seen others
ask about this functionality (and, yes, I’ve seen that it’s part of 2.0),
I figured I’d drop a line into the list and find out if anyone has already
written something along these lines and is willing to share. If no, then
I’ll get at it (my Perl is pretty ugly) and let you guys(and gals) have a
look at it when I’m finished.

Thanks,

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