> if we use vpopmail with plaintext passwords enabled and some user
> changes his password to string which contains ':' symbol - qmailadmin
> doesn't list users after that account.

Yes, you're right. That's the problem with every single text "database"
that uses a colon to separate fields. qmailadmin simply sees that line
as a line that doesn't have the right number of fields. (The same
problem occurs with vpopmail installations that don't have clear text
passwords enabled at all.)

Dear Inter7 developers: What about quoting a colon as "\:"? Yes, that
would need coordinated changes both in vpopmail and qmailadmin, but the
current behaviour is confusing.


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