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    madunix is offline Senior Member
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    Default user and password

    how can I list all user names in my domains and related password (clear text)
    I want to check if the password are strong enugh

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    The passwords are encrypted. What password settings do you use in the Admin GUI ?

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    hey uxbod -

    i was wondering this exact thing -- i have a mailbox that is used for a customer wide newsletter, and i need to get that password in order to plug-in to a script we are going to use in order to programmatically access the mailbox without a mail client. I can easily change the password, but I'm currently unable to verify if changing said password will break anything. Hence the need to enumerate the password for this mailbox.

    we use internal auth on our zimbra implementation.

    i know i can use : ./testsaslauthd in /opt/zimbra/cyrus-sasl/sbin to verify that password, but doesn't benefit me at the moment.

    Any ideas?

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