Yup, with vadduser, just go:
~vpopmail/bin/vadduser -n user@domain
-n means no password.
To test then, do a:
telnet 0 110
Then do a ~vpopmail/bin/vuserinfo user@domain and look for the password.
From: Pat Walsh [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 2:18 PM
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Adding users
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?
> -----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,
>> mysql db
> Current accounts are in post.office on an NT machine. Software.com
> out a couple of years ago and the new company dropped post.office.
> 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
> 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.