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12/18/2013 10:18 PM
 

(on DNN7)

One of my clients manually registers his customers to their site in order to give them access to reports that he generates for them. 

My question is- Is there a way to make the new user registration email that the user receives include not only their username, but their password as well? 

the default message seems to be "Dear testname

We are pleased to advise that you have been added as a Registered User to website name. Please read the following information carefully and be sure to save this message in a safe location for future reference.

Portal Website Address: website.com
Username: testname

If you do not know, or cannot remember, your password, please go to http://website.com/default.aspx?ctl=P... to reset it.
Thank you, we appreciate your support...

website name again

I just want the password in there. : / Any advice would be appreciated.
 
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12/19/2013 3:01 AM
 
passwords can only be sent, if using encrypted passwords (DNN 7 default: hashed) and password retrieval option has been turned on for MS Membership component in web.config.
I am not sure, whether the default DNN registration still includes the password in notification though.

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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12/20/2013 9:44 PM
 
As Sebastian says, this is only possible if you are using encrypted passwords. If you are setting up a new site you can change the web.config to this setting, but you will have to edit the resx and add back in the password i.e your password is :[MEMBERSHIP:PASSWORD]

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12/21/2013 9:56 AM
 
Isn't it unencrypted passwords ?
 
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12/23/2013 6:07 AM
 
nope - only hashing is a one-way operation so there is no possibility to show a user their password (hence the introduction of password reset links). If a site chooses to use clear or encrypted passwords they can alter the various mail's resx to include the password i.e. revert to pre 7.1.0 behaviour.

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