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I recently installed ispconfig on Mandriva 2006, it's working perfect. But my need is to know how to make a massive user creation because i'm goin to move about 100 users from a wintendo based mail to this new server. I hope someone can give a little help.
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Old 6th January 2006, 00:42
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I'm afraid you have to move your users manually...
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Old 6th January 2006, 14:38
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You can have a look at the remoting framework for ISPConfig.

http://www.ispconfig.org/remoting_plugin.htm

If you write a PHP script that reads the userdata for example from an csv file, you can use the remoting framework to add them to ISPConfig.
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thanks, i'll give it a try...
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Hi

Is there any advance on massive user account creation????

I need to create 3500 users...how can i do that??

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(well... i only need to create the email´s, any help??)
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We finished the development on the beta2 of the remoting framework. I will upload it today or tomorrow.
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ThanksTill

When you done it can u post the adress to download ??

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I've just uploaded the Beta2 of the remoting framework:

http://www.ispconfig.org/remoting_plugin.htm

You will have to update your ISPConfig installation with an XML enabled ISPConfig version. ISPConfig-2.3.0-dev is the same then ISPConfig 2.2.1, but with XML enabled. Make sure you have libxml2-dev installed before you run the update! The download link is on the remoting-plugin page.
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