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dovecot and postfix as email

Posted on 2014-03-09
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Hello,
I have isntalled dovecot and postfix to receive and send email everything works fine and I have a file for passwords in "/home/virtual/email/passwd" so each time I want to add a user I just add hashed password "doveadm pw -s ssha" and its all good, my question would be if a user doesnt have access to the shell and wants to change passwords what can I do? I also provide a web interface using roundcube.. any suggestions?
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roundcube does has plugin to install and it provides facility to change the password or else i would suggest to install any webpanel e.g. webmin for much ease of use.

TY/SA
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