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    This is a link to a cPanel provided Perl script to change mail passwords...works quite well.

    http://yourdomain.com:2095/webmailpasswd.cgi

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    "Andriven", the problem with using that Cpanel password change link, is that it also provides a way for the Email user to reach the default versions of Squirrel Mail, NeoMail and Horde. If you have your own Customized version of Squirrel Mail you don't want to confuse your other email users with the default versions.

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    Hmmm.....true....I don't think it used to be that way a while ago...guess they changed the web pages on that cgi.

    Bummer....

    Edit: I've gotten ahold of the webmailpasswd.cgi....will have to play around with it a bit sometime.
    Last edited by andriven; 04-03-2004 at 10:18 PM.

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    I'm digging this one up from the dead as I have tried to use the Squirrelmail CPanel password changer and have not been successful. I am getting the following when I attempt to change my password:

    CPanel Output - Change POP email account password
    TTP/1.0 404 Not Found Server: cpsrvd/9.4.2 Connection: close Content-type: text/html
    Not Found
    The server was not able to find the document (./frontend/iconic/mail/dopasswdpop.html) you requested
    Please check the url and try again. You might also want to report
    this error to your webhost.

    Any ideas? I'm guessing it's looking for someone that is not within my account but is on the server.

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    I'm going to dig this one up again. Someone please tell me there has been some progress on this...

    I hate creating e-mails for friends and then not allowing them to set-up their own password.

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    FINALLY got this work!

    The config.php is to be modified and here is what it says about altering the path for different themes

    //Where is the CPanel pop password change file located?
    //This will be different for every CPanel theme. You can find the file
    //location by going into the CPanel POP Email Accounts area and then
    //right-clicking on the "Change Password" link. Choose the
    //"Copy shortcut" option and then cut/paste it here.
    //NOTE: Do NOT include the domain/port info or anything after the filename.
    This is not entirely true as ONLY the path should be changed and NOT the filename being called.

    Here is the working path for the X theme

    /frontend/x/mail/dopasswdpop.html
    All other modifications were per the directions given.

    Hope that helps!

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    Dan, Thanks very much if this really works. Now if only you (or someone else) can put this in more simpler terms for me. Like what I need to do (which files to change/edit and where). Thanks a bunch!

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