We are looking to launch a new website, and we currently have munchkin code on our current site. We are wondering that when we put the code on our new site, will it pick up where our old site left off? Will people who visited our old site still be tracked the same as they were on the old site?
Have the new website check if they have a Munchkin tracking cookie. If they don't, redirect them back to the old site with a special query param that means "please send old cookie value and return to new website." Old site sees param, reads cookie (if there is one), redirects back to new site decorating the URL with the old cookie. New site reads old value, sets cookie accordingly, then loads Munchkin. Presto, you have copied the cookie.
A developer with at least intermediate skillz is necessary to make sure you don't end up w/a redirect loop.
This works because the Munchkin tracking cookie is tiny. If it were a ton of cookie data you couldn't really pass it this way and would have to resort to some other way of getting the users to re-identify themselves. I'd hate for you to have to do that if you have already associated leads.