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POPPASSWD with SHADOW support

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Anyone has a working binary or a source code for poppassd for Linux RH 4.2 (shadow password).

Any help will be highly appreciated.
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jeffa072897 earned 200 total points
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pitrbread;

I have the source for such a daemon. You can download it
via anonymous ftp from ftp.conres.com pub/linux/mail/poppassd.c

read the readme and you'll have the data to setup the makefile for shadow passwords.
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It is an excellent answer, but... I tried to compile it and could not.
Complains about missing files and such. In the mean time, I found a perl version that do an excellent job.

Thanks, Jeffa!!
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