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    rafrio is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default userPassword via SOAP

    How can set the userPassword via SOAP?

    Thanks

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    dkarp is offline Zimbra Employee
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    Default For SOAP requests, look at soap.txt

    soap.txt is located in ZimbraServer/docs. You can find it here.

    The relevant snippet is
    Code:
     <ChangePasswordRequest>
       <account by="name">...</account>
       <oldPassword>...</oldPassword>
       <password>...</password>
       [<virtualHost>{virtual-host}</virtualHost>]
     </ChangePasswordRequest>
     
    <ChangePasswordResponse/>
     
       {virtual-host} = if specified virtual-host is used to determine the domain of the account name, if it
                       does not include a domain component. For example, if the domain foo.com has a zimbraVirtualHostname of "mail.foo.com", 
                       and an auth request comes in for "joe" with a virtualHost of "mail.foo.com", then the request will be equivalent to
                       logging in with "joe@foo.com".
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