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  1. We have a new importer for Clientexec 5.5. To install, download the attached clientexec.zip and unzip the file. Upload the clientexec directory to ~/plugins/import_manager/components/migrators/ and go to Settings > Company > Plugins to install it the Import Manager. Then, manage the plugin and click on the Clientexec 5.5 link to start. Be sure to import into a fresh Blesta install. clientexec.zip What's imported? If you want to import user passwords, it's necessary to make a couple changes: Edit ~/app/models/users.php around line 715, add a new case statement: case 'clientexec-sha256': $temp = explode(':', $stored_hash); $algo = isset($temp[0]) ? $temp[0] : 'sha256'; $iterations = isset($temp[1]) ? $temp[1] : 1000; $salt = isset($temp[2]) ? $temp[2] : null; $hash = isset($temp[3]) ? $temp[3] : null; $new_hash = hash_pbkdf2($algo, $password, $salt, $iterations, 0, true); return substr(base64_encode($new_hash), 0, 32) == $hash; Edit ~/config/blesta.php and change: // Set to true to enable support for legacy passwords (plain md5). Set to false for improved security Configure::set("Blesta.auth_legacy_passwords", false); // The legacy password algorithm to use if legacy passwords are enabled Configure::set("Blesta.auth_legacy_passwords_algo", "md5"); to: // Set to true to enable support for legacy passwords (plain md5). Set to false for improved security Configure::set("Blesta.auth_legacy_passwords", true); // The legacy password algorithm to use if legacy passwords are enabled Configure::set("Blesta.auth_legacy_passwords_algo", "clientexec-sha256"); Then, continue with the import. If you don't care about user passwords, you can import anyway and users can reset their passwords using the password reset feature in Blesta. Did you give the importer a try? Let us know what you think below.
  2. Paul

    CSV Importer

    We have a new CSV importer. To install, download the attached csv.zip and unzip the file. Upload the csv directory to ~/plugins/import_manager/components/migrators/ and go to Settings > Company > Plugins to install it the Import Manager. Then, manage the plugin and click on the CSV link to start. What's imported? That's right, it just imports your clients. You can paste in your client data in comma separated CSV format. Then you'll be prompted to match the fields that you're importing. This CSV importer is useful for importing all of your clients from systems that there is no alternative importer for. From then, it may be necessary to create services or invoices for your clients.. but at least your clients have been imported! Here is a sample CSV. You will be prompted to match the fields, so the order of the data does not matter, but the 1st line must be the field names. Your file may also include a username. If not, we suggest just selecting the email field as the username. It can be selected for both username and email address.
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