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cyrus/pam_userdb, how to let users change their own passwords


I use cyrus together with pam_userdb.so (to not have every mail-user 
 also have a local system account).

Now I need to let my mail-users change their own passwords, preferrably 
 via a web-interface.

Before I hack together a perl script that does the checking and 
 furtheron recreates the .db-file for pam_userdb, is there already 
 something Out There which does this? google and freshmeat only turned 
 up stuff for changing system passwords (or doing everything in mysql/
 postgresql, which I really can't do on the system in question).

TIA for any hints.

/ Ing. Robert Waldner | Security Engineer |  CoreTec IT-Security  \
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