Re: Allowing people to change their own IMAP password
On Wed, 9 May 2012 17:35:11 +0000 (UTC)
Camaleón <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, 09 May 2012 16:49:10 +0100, Shaun wrote:
> > On 09/05/2012 16:39, Camaleón wrote:
> >> what kind of accounts/password backend you are using (system users,
> >> mysql users, sasldb2 users...) :-)
> > System users.
> >> Most webmail frontends (Squirrel, Roundcube...) provide plugins for
> >> that precisely purpose. What's your IMAP configuration?
> > Courier IMAP.
> Okay, so you still have no webmail application in place, right?
> > Also vacation mails are done via .procmailrc files and so this is
> > currently a bit messy too as the users can't do it themselves as
> > they don't have shell access. And setting up procmail rules. Again,
> > would be nice to be able to have users do this themselves. Are all
> > these things possible via Squirrel and Roundcube then?
> As you are using Courier-IMAP maybe you can try "SqWebMail" which is
> included within your IMAP server and I think (but not sure, so better
> if someone can confirm this point) it allows password changing:
Squirrelmail works fine on a Debian system using Courier, I can't
recall any configuration being necessary. Courier uses the standard
Maildir structure by default.