> There are a few different ways to do it depending on your backend, if
> you are using MySQL, then you can just update the mysql database with
> the user and password, leaving the maildir directory blank and it will
> automatically be updated when you pop into the account or sendmail to
> the account (really fast for creating 10K+ users).  If you are using the
> cdb interface, then you will have to create the users using the vpopmail
> tools, which might take 5-15 minutes depending on the number of users,
> disk speeds, CPU etc.

I have just written a script that would do a mysql update query to
md5('password'); into the mysql database. However the problem appears to
be that the passwords set by the vpasswd utility dont appear to be md5
in the same way that the mysql query with md5() function works?

Is that correct?

> HTH,
> 
> Rick
> 
> 
> 

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