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I'm looking for a solution to notify/force all users in an MU network to change their passwords. Any ideas of a solution out there as a plug-in?

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Found solution: PassExpire is a WordPress plugin. All set for now. – Tony Zeoli May 10 '11 at 21:16
You should add that as an answer and accept it. :) – John P Bloch May 10 '11 at 21:36
Again - please add your solution as an answer, so the question doesn't haunt us all as unanswered. TIA – Rarst Jun 1 '11 at 22:01
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You can use PassExpire force all users to change password at next login. Or set it to expires user passwords after 60 (Variable) days and requires a password change on login.

Note: This is community wiki answer for this Question (as @tony-zeoli has already answered his own question).

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Pass Expire isn't working for me on WP network. I contacted Dylan, the developer. He had a family emergency and wasn't able to update the plug-in or look at it as of about a week ago. I woudldn't recommend it at this point for a network, until it's stable on the developers end. – user6039 Jun 9 '11 at 6:56

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