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Old 2nd July 2008, 02:09
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Default users change their password using webmail?

Dear all,

Is there any way to allow my users to change their own passwords using webmail? It would be a great step to give them a lot more privacy than creating an account for them.

Shell access for the users is not an option.

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You can do this with the mailuser login:
http(s)://ispconfig_address:81/mailuser
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