That's because only POP3 has that functionality. sqwebmail and courier
imap also lack this feature.
On Fri, 6 Sep 2002, Paul Fries wrote:
> I have configured my system to enable learned passwords, and this is
> working as expected. Any user that logs in sets their password on the
> first authentication.
> However, I have noticed that users logging in with APOP are able to
> check their mail, but NO password is set in the database. Indeed they
> can put whatever they want in the password field, and they will still be
> allowed to check that POP box.
> I am using vpopmail 5.3.8 with --enable-roaming-users=y --enable-mysql=y
> --enable-clear-passwd=y --enable-learn-passwords=y
> Has anyone else experienced this?
> Paul Fries
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