I am running a private Drupal 7 site where all user accounts are created by admins and managers. I need to ensure that all users have access to the email account that their accounts were created with.
What is the best way to do the following:
Create a user account with an automatically generated password, and notify the new user of their password via email.
After a 4 week period, a new password must be generated for the user and set as their active password automatically. The user needs to be notified of their newly updated password via email, and the newly generated password must be used to access the site until it is reset again.
Are there any Drupal 7 modules that can help achieve this?
Any suggestions on building a custom module that can help resolve this?
This module allows users with "Administer users" permission to reset
all user accounts and notify all users
The module will reset the passwords of all users except the
administrative superuser id 1. You can optionally reset the
administrative superuser id 1. Once passwords have been reset, users
will optionally receive emails using the Drupal password recovery
email. The password recovery email content can be edited at the
account settings configuration page.
You have a large number of user accounts pre-created and
want to send password recovery emails to all users during a site
launch. You need to quickly change all passwords on a site for
This module allows administrators to force users, by role, individual
user, or newly created user, to change their password on their next
page load or login, and/or expire their passwords after a period of