Inline image attachments


are there any plans to support inline images in HTML emails (as in <img src="cid:...">) ?
Such attachments are currently automatically attached to the Jira issue, but they are not embedded at their original location within within the text. This would be helpful for email messages with multiple images / screenshots in them.

E.g. it would be nice if

Every time I click this button:<br>
<img src="cid:screenshot001.png@01CE"><br>
my computer explodes.<br>
But when I click this one:<br>
<img src="cid:screenshot002.png@01CE"><br>
only my mouse catches fire.

could be converted to its wiki markup equivalent of

Every time I click this button:
my computer explodes.
But when I click this one:
only my mouse catches fire.

5 answers

Thank you very much the feature request. I will address this soon.

For the server side, JEMH 1.3.28 handles this natively now, just enable the wiki markup renderer, and decide if you want fullsize or thumbnails to be shown in JIRA.


Is the availability planned for Jira OnDemand?

Hi Alan, it is planned, currently we've got the other (current) HTML conversions, but are leaving inline images until a little later down the path, we expect a beta release in a month or so, inline images will likely follow that.

The upcoming version of Outlook2Jira will add inline images as well as attached images to issues and comments using wiki syntax like


Version 1.5.4 includes this feature an can be downloaded here:

When with this be available in OnDemand?

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