I'm trying to connect a Gmail account for our custom email address by which customers should be able to submit service requests.
When entering in my details I get the following error despite having the correct username and password combination.
Unfortunately JIRA couldn't connect to the mail server. Here is what the mail server said: "[AUTHENTICATIONFAILED] Invalid credentials (Failure)" Check out our troubleshooting docs for help resolving the issue.
I don't have 2 factor turned on for this particular email address. I've check the troubleshooting and it doesn't have any information related to Gmail.
Anyone else have or has had this problem?
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I tried to connect using a Yahoo account and got the following error:
Unfortunately JIRA couldn't connect to the mail server. Here is what the mail server said: "[AUTHENTICATIONFAILED] AUTHENTICATE Invalid credentials" Check out our troubleshooting docs for help resolving the issue.
This is the same error that I received for Gmail.
I'm afraid it doesn't matter what you think. The mail server is being given invalid credentials and Jira does not do anything "clever" with them when it tries to use them, it literally sends exactly what you enter. Whatever you are putting in is not valid.
It may be that gmail has been configured not to accept login from there with that user (I don't know if gmail can be configured to do that), but if that's not the case, then you're not giving it the right username and password.
All I can think of there is checking for leading and trailing spaces, and making sure your password only contains simple low-numbered ascii characters so there cannot be any encoding issues. Characters between 33! and 126~
My password for the new email is incredibly easy to write and enter and I can guarantee you that I have not entered in incorrect credentials regardless of the fact that Jira is telling me that I have. I have copy pasted the password from Yahoo into JIRA.
I got the following notification from Yahoo regarding the login attempt from JIRA
What does this mean and why would JIRA not meet "modern" security standards?
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