The easiest thing is to go to the "User management" section of the administration interface and look at the "Login Details" column. If you want to present the data outside of Jira, you can change the "Users per page" to "All" and then copy the table of users and paste to your favorite spreadsheet program. It's also possible to pull the data straight out of the database using a simple SQL string, but that requires a bit of familiarity with databases. I hope that helps
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