Up to my knowledge, this is not solved for Confluence.
A workaround you could eventually try is that you set up a dummy JIRA instance. Then you share the user accounts (using LDAP or some federated user directory) between your Confluence and the dummy JIRA. And, voila, you can export the Confluence users from JIRA!
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