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Old 02-08-2013, 06:57 AM   #1
hamzar.pm
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Lightbulb qmail password aging or password expiry policy for qmail


Hi all,
i Have a qmail server running nicely , now i need to enforce the users to change their passwords in a timely manner, that is every qmail users password should expire after 90 days , but my qmail GUI or comand line tool does not equiped with an option for password aging or expiry of password ,frome some documents me got an idea about to edit /etc/login.defs , but am not sure about the configuration with that file
so it will be greatfull if some one helps me to solve this issue with my mail server... and i googled a bit but those search are not able to provide more help on this topic

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