My har'pennyworth ..
Most of the webmail interfaces out there that overlay
qmail/vpopmail, allow users to modify their mail
account password. Some are easy to install, some not
.. it sort of very much depends on the kind of access
your provider ( by all means name them, off-list if
you wish ), gives you..
--- "Charles M. Gerungan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Hello Jim,
> Sat, 4 Sep 2004 22:15:07 -0400 UTC, Jim Clark
> JC> Well, the thing is I don't have access to
> vpopmail directly - my web hosting
> JC> service controls that. And I want the actual
> mailbox user to be able to
> JC> change their own password. I went to the
> qmailadmin page and the demo showed
> JC> an interface that looked more like an
> administrator interface rather than a
> JC> mailbox user interface - which I already have
> from my hosting provider. Did
> JC> I miss something?
> Maybe. Did you log in as postmaster or as a "regular
> mail user"? For
> the postmaster for that domain, yes, it is an admin
> Regards, Charles.
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