[horde] passwd and forced changes

Michael J Rubinsky mrubinsk at horde.org
Thu Jan 2 17:16:25 UTC 2014

Quoting Simon B <simon.buongiorno at gmail.com>:

> Hi
> I use SQL as a backend - consequently Horde tells me I cannot list or
> add users.

Why? This should definitely be possible with SQL as an Auth backend.

>  That's all well and good and I have no wish to move to
> Kolab or LDAP.  However, what I would like is the ability to force
> users to change their password - either at first log in, perhaps at a
> pre-defined interval or possibly just when I decide (for example, the
> account is compromised, I reset the password, but would then like the
> user to change it again).
> Whilst I can see why the SQL backend can't be used for adding users
> (this should actually be possible, perhaps by intergrating
> phpmyadmin?), I can't see why it can't list the users (and therefore
> allow me to put a tick next to the ones I want to force to change the
> password).  rampage_users lists all the users that have logged in, so
> surely that's the list it should display, no?

No, it doesn't. Or at least, it's not guaranteed to. It's not even  
guaranteed to be available on all Horde installations.

> What would it cost to implement this enhancement?
> Thanks.
> Simon
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