1. renzo.rucco
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  3. Monday, July 07 2014, 09:19 PM
With the import user plugin there is a way of tell to system to import password in md5 encryption format?
I have a list of user and password (in MD5 encryption, extract from an old joomla site) and I'd like to import all one without need for user to comunicate new password.
admin Accepted Answer
sorry for late reply.

Hi Joomla 3.x allow to store in user table the password with md5 hash format.

You can use our import plugin with a simple modification:
comment line 300

NOTE: we have not tested.
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admin Accepted Answer
Sorry, the file is /plugins/jsn/userimport/userimport.php :D
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