The Outlook app uses oAuth 1.0a to connect to your JIRA instance. You need to create a new application link, so Outlook can connect to it. Please follow the instructions carefully - any missspelling could prevent JIRA for Outlook from working correctly.
1. Open Admin Area
Open JIRA and open the applications area.
2. New Appication Link
Afterwards open the menu "Application Links" and create a new link for "https://office365.yasoon.com"
2.2 Confirm Popup
There will be a popup, telling you that no response was received. This is no error. The communication with JIRA will be exclusively done from Outlook, our server will at no time connect to JIRA directly. Just click "Continue" to skip to the next step.
2.3. Maintain Header Data
In the Creation dialog just enter the following mandatory values:
Application Name: JIRA for Outlook
Application Type: Generic Application
Continue again to save the application link
2.4. Maintain Incoming Authentication
There is a bug in JIRA and you cannot directly maintain incoming authentication data. So please save the link first and then edit your newly created application and switch to "Incoming Authentication".
Enter the following values
Please follow these values carefully. Every missspelling may cause errors later on when using the Outlook addon. Better spend a minute now to double-check if everything is correct. Thank you!
|Consumer Name||JIRA for Outlook|
|Description||<This text is visible to the users. Set a text that helps users to identify this JIRA system>|
|Public Key||<Insert the certificate shown on the configuration page (see screenshot at the bottom). Please also include "---BEGIN... ---END CERTIFICATE>|
|Consumer Callback Url||http://oauth.yasoon/v1/com.yasoon.jira/auth|
Save all your changes. JIRA is ready to provide the data to the Outlook client.
The whole communication between Outlook and JIRA is SSL encrypted so you need to add the certificate in the JIRA application link. There are two possibilities to get the certificate:
- Recommended: Use the auto-generated certificate
As soon as you registered the JIRA instance with yasoon, we automatically generate a new certificate for you. The private one is already registered at our yasoon administration panel, the public key is shown on the Admin page of your JIRA addon (see image below).
- Create your own
If you need a custom SSL certificate, due to corporate requirements, please contact us for more information.