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I am about to set a site as read-only.  It's got about 9 years of ActiveForums content; however, it is stuck at 7.3.4 and all attempts to upgrade have failed.  I'm giving up on it.  My plan is to start a new site and set this one up as read-only.  However, I would like to change the 2900+ users' email addresses just in case something bad should happen to the site.

Does anyone know the SQL that would perform that change?


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11/30/2018 1:12 AM
 
Backup your database and run the following statements:
UPDATE dbo.users SET email = N'[email protected]'
UPDATE dbo.aspnet_users SET email = N'[email protected]'

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Sebastian Leupold

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11/30/2018 6:13 AM
 
Sebastian Leupold wrote:
Backup your database and run the following statements:
UPDATE dbo.users SET email = N'[email protected]'
UPDATE dbo.aspnet_users SET email = N'[email protected]'

Thanks so much Sebastian.

I was wondering what the N in front of the email address is for.


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