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  1. Hello Everyone I'm trying to import from my KeePass Database, but no matter which format I choose (*.csv, *.xml, *.html) and which encoding I use (UTF-8, ANSI) and which Enpass Version I use (Current release on Windows Store which I tried first or 32-Bit Beta Version which I tried after that) it always keeps saying "nothing to import". The Manual of Version 6.2 says it should be possible: https://www.enpass.io/docs/manual-desktop/import_keepass.html Can you guys help me? Kind regards Nick
  2. I have latest version of enpass, but i am still not able to import XML file exported from KEEPASS. When i am importing in enpass it finds all (739) passwords, but ENPASS crashesh in the middle of proccess. After starting new enpass session. Only 106 passwords imported. All tags (groups) are created but they are empty. Cant even add crash report because it violates your insert post restrictions.
  3. Hello, In KeePass 2.41 i exported some password entries to the "KeePass XML (2.x)" format and imported them in Enpass. Here the following data is not imported: Password History The old passwords are stored with change date in the XML file. The "..." mean that I deleted some XML code (so you see only the relevant code). <Entry> ... <History> <Entry> ... <Times> <CreationTime>2019-01-15T20:51:11Z</CreationTime> <LastModificationTime>2019-01-15T20:51:26Z</LastModificationTime> <LastAccessTime>2019-01-15T20:51:41Z</LastAccessTime> <ExpiryTime>2019-01-15T18:41:19Z</ExpiryTime> <Expires>False</Expires> <UsageCount>2</UsageCount> <LocationChanged>2019-01-15T20:51:11Z</LocationChanged> </Times> <String> <Key>Password</Key> <Value ProtectInMemory="True">Password_OLD</Value> </String> </Entry> </History> </Entry> Expiry Date Also the expiry date is stored in the KeePass XML: <Entry> ... <Times> <CreationTime>2019-01-15T20:50:40Z</CreationTime> <LastModificationTime>2019-01-15T20:51:06Z</LastModificationTime> <LastAccessTime>2019-01-15T20:51:06Z</LastAccessTime> <ExpiryTime>2017-12-31T23:00:00Z</ExpiryTime> <Expires>True</Expires> <UsageCount>2</UsageCount> <LocationChanged>2019-01-15T20:50:40Z</LocationChanged> </Times> </Entry> Please fix this import issue because these fields are important data that should also be imported. Best regards OLLI
  4. Hello, i just moved from Lastpass to Enpass 6 and i like the new version. I only have one issue: I prefer a 2 vendor strategy for archiving my passwords - in the past, i exported my lastpass vault to csv and imported the csv into keepass - as an archive. When i export an enpass 5.6.9 vault as a txt file, keepass is able to import this by choosing "Enpass TXT" in the import menue. When i export an enpass 6.0.X vault as a txt file, keepass shows the error message "Object reference not set to an instance of an object". So i seems, that you changed the txt-file format, did you? And i guess the only way to fix this is, that keepass will support the new layout in the future, right? I tried this while using Windows 10, Mac OSX High Sierra and Ubuntu 18.04 ... As a workaround: It would be great to convert the enpass6 vault to an enpass 5.6.9 vault - so that i can use a portable 5.6.9 to export the passwords in an keepass friendly way ... Best regards, A.
  5. I wanted to import an encrypted kdbx file created by MacPass, but Enpass told me, that it cannot find an element. I tried "Keepass", "KeepassX (XML)" and "Keepass (CSV)" I use macOS Sierra mit Enpass 5.5.7 (99)
  6. Hello, in KeePass I have a very large database (2462 entries). But 70% of them don't have a password (just are bookmarks). So please add a checkbox "Only import entries that contain passwords". In KeePass I have many folders and subfolders, so I would just start importing one folder an then continue with the next folder. Now I have to export one single folder from KeePass, import it in Enpass and then continue with the next folder. It would be easier when you show a tree view of my KeePass folder structure and let me select single folders that should be imported. This way I just nee to to the export ONCE and then I can import folder by folder. Regards OLLI
  7. Hi Enpass Team, I recently switched from Keepass to Enpass. I imported all my data, but I lost history. It would be nice if the history of the Keepass was imported too. The informations are in the XML file, so I guess it's doable. Thx!
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