The user can change their password. If you have a control panel or some
other facility I think nonexistent would be better.

On Thu, 26 Feb 2004, Peter Risdon wrote:

> doug wrote:
> >You can also set the shell to passwd.
> >  
> >
> That's a good point, based on a closer reading of the OP than my own. 
> The difference being that it requires the addition of a user for each 
> mail account whereas something like vpopmail does not. I've googled but 
> can't see anything about this so for my information, I generally use 
> /nonexistent as the shell in situations like this, and add /nonexistent 
> to /etc/shells. Is there a difference between using /passwd and 
> something like /nonexistent?
> PWR.

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