We were not configured any LDAP server, crowd or other JIRA server with JIRA .
All users configured through JIRA Internal directory only.
we are done this through the database, below are the SQL queries
1.SELECT id FROM cwd_directory WHERE impl_class = 'com.atlassian.crowd.directory.InternalDirectory';
2.UPDATE cwd_user SET email_address = replace(email_address,'<PreviousDomain>','<NewDomain>') WHERE directory_id = <ID from step 2>;
3. UPDATE cwd_user SET lower_email_address = replace(lower_email_address,'<PreviousDomain>','<NewDomain>') WHERE directory_id = <ID from step 2>;
I assume you run JIRA on Linux.
cat your.database.dump.sql | sed 's/@abc\.com/@xyz\.com/g' > new.database.dump.sql
Before doing this on production, make sure you have done it on a test instance and tested everything (like that you have equally many issues assigned, and so forth.
I have merged 4 AD domains into 1 AD domain once using this technique, so know it works, but testing it will make sure you don't run into anything i did not.
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