Tren Blackburn wrote:
A simpler solution is to build vpopmail with clear text passwords and
learning passwords.  The first time they pop in, it will learn their pop
password, and put it into a clear text field as well as an encrypted
field.  Makes it easier for Help Desk people.

I'm pretty sure that I installed with "learning passwords" enabled in anticipation of this migration. Is there a way to verify that?

Also, I tried adding a user and it insisted on wanting a password - vadduser and the qmailadmin. I assume for "learning" to take affect you need a blank password. So, how to create a user w/o a password?

Pat

Regards,

Tren

-----Original Message-----
From: Pat Walsh [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 10:09 AM
To: Vchkpw
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Adding users


Joe Oaks wrote:

This has been covered, check the archives more :)

1) how are your current accounts held,
  /etc/password
  mysql db

Current accounts are in post.office on an NT machine. Software.com sold out a couple of years ago and the new company dropped post.office. Every

day that goes by makes me more anxious.

I've spent time looking at the passwords in post.office (and archives and google and ...) and haven't found any way to convert. My current plan is using a sniffer and putting usernames and passwords into a file,

and then ramming them through vaddsuser.


2) there is vconvert command that will convert to a usuable format
  for vpopmail.

I looked at this long enough to determine it wouldn't work with post.office passwords.


3) the archives have an example script you can do if your user names
and passwords are in a text file. Search for post from me, as I asked this same question.

I'll look for the post. Thanks for the response.

Pat









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