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Re: allowing users to change passwords

also sprach Steve Mickeler <steve@neptune.on.ca> [2002.01.18.0010 +0100]:
> If they are using mindterm, then they are already in a browser, which
> means you might as well just have them use a form via ssl to change their
> password via poppassd.

yes, but did you see my recent posts on poppassd and its security
problems? i am compiling poppassd-1.8-ceti from [1] right now though. it
would be the best way. i could do that in addition to passwd...

  1. http://www.ceti.com.pl/~kravietz/prog.html

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