[Mailman-Users] passwords

Matt Singerman m at whiteywillpay.net
Mon Nov 27 20:51:51 CET 2000

You should have the overarching password for the Mailman installation - if
not, set it via the mmsitepass command.  Then, log into their account via
the web interface, put in the mmsitepass-initialized password as the new
password, and a new password in the new password fields.  Submit changes,
and viola - new password is set.

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On Mon, 27 Nov 2000, Alan Batie wrote:

> I run a small isp, and have recently installed mailman as the list manager
> here.  A couple of users have already managed to change their passwords to
> something they didn't intend or forgot or something, and I don't see an
> easy way to reset them?  Help?  Thanks...
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