Hi, i'm trying to migrate all our mail users from a single standalone postfix server, into ispconfig multi-server (3.1.3). since it's a standalone postfix install, and the current users are configured in a custom db, created by a previous employee, i doubt the migration tool will be of much use. it appears the easiest method i have available to me is to create a csv file with all the required details and import that straight into the mail_users table on the ispconfig master database and then run a resync of the mail services. the existing mail accounts in this old db have passwords encrypted using mysql's encrypt function. although i may be able to retrieve most, if not all these passwords in clear text format from log files if needed. ( a feature i don't want available on the new mailserver ) i'd rather not be forced to change a load of mail passwords at this point if possible, a lot of our clients seem to have enough trouble coping with how to use a pc's power switch, trying to talk them all through reconfiguring outlook/macmail/thunderbird/etc would be a nightmare. what's the best way to get all these passwords in unchanged, can i just import them and run encrypt on the field in mysql, import in cleartext and encrypt the field during the import process? are there any ispconfig seeds/salts i need to be concerned with? thanks lee.