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SquirrelMail doesn't have the ability to change passwords. You would probably need a custom web app to do that.
mail:~ root# niutil -destroyprop / /users/USERNAME passwd
mail:~ root# openssl passwd -crypt NEWPASSWORD
mail:~ root# niutil -createprop / /users/USERNAME passwd TahtRlmey6pWs
mail:~ root# niutil -readprop / /users/USERNAME passwd
It simply does not work (you can then use the serversetup command line utility and you see that the new password is not accepted). If it worked, one might write a plugin for Squirrelmail.
This does work, provided you have netinfo accounts for the users
Obviously if your user accounts are in LDAP
then this should not be expected to work and you're guilty of sloppy thinking.
Liar, liar, pants on fire. Look:
4. Even though I got no error, I recheck everything: niutil -readprop / /users/passwordaccomazzinet passwd gQwpvCLCiBzLg
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