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  1. #1
    akba Guest

    Default User password change

    Where the user can change the password?

    It can be done from admin GUI but how it is done by the user?

    Thanks!

  2. #2
    arpcefxl Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by akba View Post
    Where the user can change the password?

    It can be done from admin GUI but how it is done by the user?

    Thanks!
    It cannot be done by the user through the GUI at this time. I know its a feature that is coming, but I don't think there are any published dates.

  3. #3
    akba Guest

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    To be honest that is THE feature needed. Imagine the addmin work without it.
    I really don't see any reason why it is not implemanted. Only reason that I'm thinking that is it to prevent using the product.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
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    Germany
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    Why should anybody release a product but wants to prevent anybody from using it?
    Would you please explain that? It does not sound logical for me.

    The feature _is_ implemented, but for some wired reason it does not work like intended
    when using the Community Edition. Did you already filed a bug report? Wrote a patch?

    Greetings
    Last edited by Martin Heiland; 03-19-2008 at 01:04 PM.

  5. #5
    Gertjan Guest

    Default SOLVED! (Or at least a work around)

    There are two files missing, that's why users can't change their password.
    On OpenSUSE 10.3, the files which are missing are /srv/www/htdocs/css/admin.css and /srv/www/htdocs/js/umin.js. But these files do already exist on the system, in /srv/www/htdocs/ox/admin/css and /srv/www/htdocs/ox/admin/js. Just copy the files and users can change their password.

  6. #6
    quentin Guest

    Default I donīt understand

    Quote Originally Posted by Gertjan View Post
    There are two files missing, that's why users can't change their password.
    On OpenSUSE 10.3, the files which are missing are /srv/www/htdocs/css/admin.css and /srv/www/htdocs/js/umin.js. But these files do already exist on the system, in /srv/www/htdocs/ox/admin/css and /srv/www/htdocs/ox/admin/js. Just copy the files and users can change their password.
    I found these files and copy them. But where I can find page for change password?

    Thanks a lot

  7. #7
    Gertjan Guest

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    Log in as a user, go to the configuration tab, select 'extras' and change your password in the pop-up window.

  8. #8
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Bad Homburg, Germany
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    Default

    Maybe this work on Suse 10.3. On Ubuntu 7.10 it doesn't work

  9. #9
    Gertjan Guest

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    But what's you exact problem now? The screwed interface of the pop-up?
    Can you take a look at the apache error_log file and check if you can find errors mentioning the admin.css and umin.js files?

  10. #10
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Bad Homburg, Germany
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    Hi,

    I think the problem is that I don't understand what happens when i update my installation with the installer script. It seemed that not everything is updated. I still get see the message
    31.03.2008 13:41-->Fehlermeldung: Link ist nicht implementiert. (LGI-0008,-1640915015-1800)
    when I click on "Extras". Also Fetchmail show still "Error 404"

    Frank

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