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Cannot change mail account password

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by ramuva, May 15, 2009.

  1. ramuva

    ramuva Guest

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    Hello there,
    I've just update to 9.2.1 and the first problem. Cannot change email passwords for users.
    In plesk control panel I go to domain->mail accounts->account I want to change->preferences and enter a new password.
    After I click "OK", there is no message at all (not sure if there was one before about successfully changed password), but when I doublecheck with mail_auth_view - I see that password was not changed.
    (btw, is there a way to force encoded passwords, not plaintext ones)?

    Anyone else can confirm this bug? Anyone has any suggestions?

    Edit. As a side note - password changes via Horde webmail change password feature.
     
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  2. ramuva

    ramuva Guest

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    Not sure if it helped, but after some reading up, I've set a checkbox "Check the passwords for mailboxes in the dictionary" in mail server settings, clicked apply. Then removed a checkbox again.
    Now I can change password (my guess for some reason password checking in dictionary was on and it silently refused to set a simple password after upgrade, even though there were no checkbox on this setting).
     
  3. Nataliya Zagr

    Nataliya Zagr Regular Pleskian

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    You can also run the mchk utility:

    # /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/mchk --help
    Synopsis:
    mchk [OPTION]
    --without-spam - restore all settings except for SpamAssassin configuration
    --with-spam - restore all settings
    --spam-only - restore only SpamAssassin settings

    Also, it sets proper ownership/permissions for all mailboxes (/var/qmail/mailnames/*).
     
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