It is possible that i send one user list automaticly 1 times a week via e-mail with all users and passwords from them per email ?
Sorry for my bad english.
Leaving aside the question of whether this is a good idea (here's a hint, though: it's not), assuming you have a standard Linux system (ie, one that keeps the user data in
Normal shadow passwords are stored hashed, which is to say, irreversibly-encrypted. It is not computationally-feasible to recover a decently-strong password from the hash stored in the shadow file.
It is possible to recover weak passwords, but only via a dictionary attack: you encrypt all possible weak passwords, with all salts used in your shadow file, and compare the hashes. If you find a match, you've recovered that weak password. Needless to say, this is fairly computationally intensive.
So the short answer is no. Unless you set all users' passwords for them, forbid them from changing them, and use that master list to send out the system passwords, it's not possible to do what you want.
If you want to learn more about password hashing, how it works, how passwords are validated when only a hash is stored, and what a salt is, you can read much more at a variety of places, including the wikipedia entry on unix passwords and the places it links to.