From: surgemail-support <email@example.com>
Subject: [SurgeMail List] Re: change Surgemail Authentication modules
Date: Mon, 15 May 2017 10:20:14 +1200
That's not easy and depends on what you can do with mysql.
step 1 export the data from mysql including hashed passwords
You should get most of what you want like this:
but the hashed passwords may be an issue...
step 2, reformat it to match nwauth.txt format
username:hashedpassword: other data...
step 3, test it :-)
I have been using MySql ro authenticate users using Surgemail. It has worked flawlessly. I provision MySql with billing system Platypus by doing a remote server update from Platypus' MsSql database. I have decided to eliminate MySql entirely and update Surgemail with the Surgemail API through Platypus. Again I want to eliminate MySql. How can I update NWAuth with all of my users from MySql to do the changeover without having to manually update each user in Platypus?