Hi all, Thought this would be the best place to post this and get some of your opinions... Our ecommerce shop runs on quite an old platform. We need to move this over to a more modern and robust solution (Shopify). This is for a number of reasons (improved payment gateway, portability, integration and design). We can export our customer database (around 20,000 accounts - not all active, obviously) but cannot move passwords over for obvious reasons (passwords on original platform are protected by one way algorithm). We are in a bit of a quandary and have the following solutions: 1) Move accounts over and mail all customers that they will need to reset their passwords 2) Do not move accounts over and send them a mail, asking them to register again (this may confuse existing customers if they do not get the mail). 3) Disable the need for user accounts and allow people to check out as guests (Problem here is that they will not be able to view their old orders but the move will be done in a quiet period). Personally, I like the idea of idea 3 as I've been reading a few articles which state that removing the need for requiring user registration increases conversions. I'd like to hear your opinions, if possible! Thanks in advance, as usual! Steve.