[horde] poppassd server
tdiehl at pil.net
Sun Mar 18 17:16:26 PST 2001
On Sun, 18 Mar 2001, Chuck Hagenbuch wrote:
> 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
> with those.
Yes, but if you do that I have to install another app just to maintain
functionality that I currently (maybe if I can get it working) have with
> 2. put password changing right into Horde.
I would not have a problem with that since most Horde things could use passwd
changing if required. Also I would not have to install another app just to do
> 3. put it into its own app.
Seems like overkill to me.
> 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
> do ftp.
Some people including me do not need the kitchen sink approach. As I said
above this would require installing another app just to retain current
> Listing them out that way, I'd go for #1 or #4. Let the discussion rage.
I still like the idea of putting it in Horde. I do not really see a downside
except maybe the beginning of feeping creatureism. ;)
......Tom ATA100 is another testimony to the fact that pigs can be
tdiehl at pil.net made to fly given sufficient thrust (to borrow an RFC)
Alan Cox lkml 11 Jan 01
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