Thunderbird2Jira (Create Jira Issue) 0.12.15.24 Crack + With License Key
This plugin enables to create Jira issues from emails.
You can also use this plugin to add the content of an email in the form of a comment in an existing issue.
Create Jira issues from email content
Create Jira issues from body content
Create Jira issues from attachments
Create Jira issues from attachments and body content
Create Jira issues from attachments and body content of multiple emails
Toggle comment dialog
Show link to Jira in message title
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Thunderbird2Jira (Create Jira Issue) Free Download
I did not know about this plugin until I was asked to write a review for it.
Based on the description of the plugin and the fact that I was getting the error "Could not convert content of file '(file path)'" I expected that this plugin would do some conversion of emails to Jira issues.
Thunderbird2Jira (Create Jira Issue) Description:
I was not able to reproduce the error that I had initially got, so I could not give a review for this plugin.
Thunderbird2Jira (Create Jira Issue) Screenshot:
Thunderbird2Jira (Create Jira Issue) Requirements:
I did not test whether this plugin requires any particular requirements, but you can give it a try.
Thunderbird2Jira (Create Jira Issue) Download:
This plugin can be downloaded from the official website of the plugin at this link:
Thunderbird2Jira (Create Jira Issue) How to Install:
If you want to use this plugin you have to install it to your Thunderbird from the link that I have provided above.
Once installed you can run the plugin by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + P.
In the search box that appears, type the name of the application that you want to use to create a Jira issue from emails.
In the "Project: " section, select "Jira" and press OK.
In the pop up window, select the project to which you want to add the Jira issue and press OK.
A Jira issue is added to the selected project.
But what is the difference between Thunderbird2Jira and the other Thunderbird to Jira plugins available in the web
- Make a ticket for each new email.
- Add a comment for each new email in the form of an anchor tag.
- Add a comment for each email in the form of a comment tag.
- Maintains a thread of emails from an email address.
- Support Thunderbird 2 or 3.
- Works with Jira 4.
- Add Jira Connector compatibility to 3.2 and 3.3.
- Supports Jira 5.
- Also work with Jira 5.
- Supports Jira 6.
- Easy to use.
- Built-in, no need for third-party integration.
- Use Jira Connector for Jira 5.
- Use Jira Connector for Jira 6.
- No need to create an account in Jira in order to use.
- Free and open source.
- Widely used by users and developers.
- In addition to Thunderbird, you can also use it to send emails from other mail clients such as Windows Live Mail.
- When sending emails from a webmail, add a "mailto" link that opens an email in the default browser.
- A favorite of many customers.
- And much more.
Re: Thunderbird2Jira (Create Jira Issue) Activation Code
Originally Posted by aadul
This is just a little plugin that you can install in Thunderbird, You can use it to send emails from thunderbird. Just install the plugin and use it.
I have installed this on my personal laptop and it works fine. However, I am just using it for sending emails, so I have not checked other aspects of it. Hope it helps you too.
Re: Thunderbird2Jira (Create Jira Issue)
You can install this plugin in Thunderbird and also use it to send emails from other mail clients like Windows Live Mail.
It is just a simple plugin that allows you to make a ticket in Jira for each email you receive. You can use it to send emails to jira through the "mailto" command.
Also, you can check what is in an email by adding comments to the message.
If you use this plugin, you can have emails from the same email address in a "thread" in Jira.
Re: Thunderbird2Jira (Create Jira Issue)
I am not sure about this, but
Thunderbird2Jira - enable you to create Jira issues from emails, in the most complete way.
* Create Jira issues from emails.
* Create Jira issues in reply to an email message.
* You can associate an issue with another (previously saved) issue.
* You can create different type of issue from the same email.
* You can create comment in an issue from an email.
* You can reply to an issue from an email.
* You can assign a priority to an issue from an email.
* You can create an issue from a template that you defined.
* You can easily create a new issue from an email.
* You can easily create a new issue in response to a comment on an email.
* You can use a bug tracker link inside an email.
* Jira 6.x, 7.x, 8.x or 9.x is required to work with this plugin.
* Install "Thunderbird2Jira-by-Oracle (beta)" extension from (make sure that you read the instructions carefully).
* Activate "Thunderbird2Jira-by-Oracle (beta)" extension.
* Log out from Thunderbird, otherwise the plugin will not be able to read your Jira settings.
* Enter in Thunderbird preferences, the login/password of your Jira account.
* On the menu Bar, in the 'Thunderbird' section choose 'Tools' and select 'Thunderbird2Jira'.
* On the menu bar, at the right of the 'Thunderbird' menu, click on the link 'Options'.
* Select the 'Advanced' tab.
* On the 'Plugins' section, tick 'Thunderbird2Jira (create Jira issue from emails)'.
* If you would like to create an issue from a template, tick 'Thunderbird2Jira (Create Jira issue from emails) - Work on my Jira account template'.
* On the 'Plugins' tab, click on the 'Close' button.
* Restart Thunderbird.
* Restart your computer.
* To create an issue from a template, you will need to set the 'Template' option in the 'Thunderbird2Jira
Thunderbird2Jira is a Firefox extension that allows you to generate JIRA issues and comments directly from emails.
The addon was formerly available at however the site was discontinued, and the addon is now available at
Extensions for Thunderbird (1.5/2)
X-REPLY is a plugin that enables Thunderbird to act as a notification center for emails.
If an email message has an x-reply: reply-to address, X-REPLY will display a 'notification' icon on the Thunderbird toolbar. Clicking on this icon will display a dialog in which you can select a'reply' to the message from a set of pre-selected options: a new email, an existing message, a file, etc. The resulting message can be placed as a new email or attached to the existing message.
The 'x-reply: reply-to address' standard is defined in RFC 3964. Thunderbird's implementation of this standard is included in Firefox and SeaMonkey as an extension.
This extension is not compatible with the Thunderbird plugins X-REPLY 2.x or X-REPLY+; the plugin will not work with X-REPLY+ version 2.0.
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