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tanvir 19th October 2011 15:38

manual password change of ISPconfig
 
Hello,

In my Suse server I installed ISPconfig, I have changed some of the mail user's password from phpmyadmin. After that the users cant login to their account.

How can I solve this problem ? I want to make a little php script from where the mail users will be able to change their password. Please some one help me ..

Thanks

till 19th October 2011 16:43

Changes that were made directly in the database wont work as they get never written to disk, you have to use the remote API to change values.

tanvir 20th October 2011 04:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 265649)
Changes that were made directly in the database wont work as they get never written to disk, you have to use the remote API to change values.

Thanks for your help.

Can you guide me how to write on disk ?
N.B. I am using postfix and Roundcube...

Thanks

till 20th October 2011 09:23

Which ISPConfig version do you use?

tanvir 20th October 2011 12:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 265671)
Which ISPConfig version do you use?

Bro, I an using ISPConfig 3. Please guide me...

till 20th October 2011 12:35

Download the ispconfig 3.o.4 tar.gz file and take a look into the remote_client folder. It contains the api docs and example files for all api functions:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=54370


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