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flyingscubakev 17th January 2011 19:56

ISPConfig 3, change password from within webmail
Hi I've installed an ISPConfig 3 server based on Falko's Perfect Server Fedora 14 document. All seems to be working. I also checked out his "Virtual Users and domains with Postfix..." document. One step of the second document has you setup a pluggin for squirrelmail, so that the user can change their password from within squirrelmail. That pluggin step does not exist in the first document.
I was wondering if that pluggin could be installed as part of the ISPConfig 3 setup so I can have the users change their own password from within squirrelmail.

The ISPConfig3 is probably overkill for me as all I want to do is host virtual email domains, but I want the client to be able to manage their own domain using a GUI interface and not have me do all the work.

flyingscubakev 17th January 2011 23:42

No ideas anyone?

I guess I'm the only one in the world with this request.:(

till 17th January 2011 23:58

Please see here:

It's the first thread that you find if you search the forum for "ispconfig squirrelmail plugin".

flyingscubakev 18th January 2011 17:17

Thanks for link, using one of the links gave me the one line entry change I was missing.
Not sure why I came up empty the other day when I was using the search function, I hate wasting other peoples time replying to something that I should have found on my own.

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