[horde] poppassd server
chuck at horde.org
Sun Mar 18 14:03:42 PST 2001
Quoting Rich Lafferty <rich at horde.org>:
> Er, are you sure that's a good idea? I mean, contacts management is a
> big job, so separating Turba out makes sense, especially because
> that's all that Turba does. But do we want to tell people that they
> have to install all of Gollem to enable their users to change the
> password they use for email?
Well, what do people think? I came from the same viewpoint, but I came around
to thinking password changing is big enough of a job to be seperated out. I
don't think it should be in IMP; there are too many specifics. Here are the 4
possibilities I see:
1. put in it Gollem. Max sees Gollem as a general account manager,
handling .forwards, vacation, etc; password changing fits in reasonably well
2. put password changing right into Horde.
3. put it into its own app.
4. take all of the account-management stuff (vacations, forwards, passwords)
out of Gollem and make all of them into their own app, leaving Gollem just to
Listing them out that way, I'd go for #1 or #4. Let the discussion rage.
Charles Hagenbuch, <chuck at horde.org>
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