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Old 21st February 2006, 23:26
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Default Migration from vhcs to ispconfig

Hello, I would like to migrate from vhcs to ispconfig, moving ~80 domains.

I wonder if there is any possibilty to insert domains into ispconfig in some kind of batch mode? If necessary I could do some development too (and I speak german too - a short glance at the code revealed that this might be helpful :-)

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Old 22nd February 2006, 00:26
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Hi Marcus,

we are already working on an extension thst might be useful for you. The remoting extionsion allows you to insert resellers / customers / websites and users with SOAP calls from externak scripts. There will be soon a free beta 2 version of the script available that you might use to import your user accounts.

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