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How to modify Roundcube Webmail login password for MD5 encryption in iRedMail

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Dear All,

We have written code for MD5 encryption and we send the encrypted password for storing in LDAP. How do we modify or generate MD5 encryption for the user keyed in password in Roundcube webmail to authenticate the users

Your help in this regard is highly appreciated.
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Are you trying to manually generate the password on the shell or through your code/script.  If so what language are you using?  Do you know the file where you have to modify the password?

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we have built a mobile application for registering the users. In the application we use MD5 encryption to encrypt the password and pass the encrypted data for registering the user in LDAP.

Now the problem is when we open roundcube webmail for accessing email the users types in his password, since the stored password in LDAP is encrypted we are not able to login.

We do not know the files to modify in Roundcube webmail.

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