From our docs:
You can choose to have the importer automatically create JIRA users for any Bitbucket users who do not already exist in JIRA.
- Users who interacted with the Bitbucket system will be created as active accounts in JIRA. Other users will be imported into a special group called "bitbucket-import-unused-users" and will be deactivated.
- Passwords from Bitbucket are not imported. Users from Bitbucket must have their passwords emailed to them the first time they log into JIRA.
- If you are using External User Management, the import process will not be able to create JIRA users; instead, the importer will give you a list of any new users that need to be created. You will need to create the users in your external user repository before starting the import.
- If you have a user-limited license (e.g. personal license), and the number of required users is larger than the limit, then the import will be stopped. A page will open and list the users that can't be created.
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