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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by cetterra, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. cetterra

    cetterra Member

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    Is it safe to change the default mailman admin password using mmsitepass?

    I want to create a default password that can access all lists, so I can do a better support to my clients.

    I didn't find a way to do this using WHM/CPanel.

    Thanks
     
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    Nobody knows? Nobody uses it?
     
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    The meaning of 'safe' in my post was about cpanel. If I change the password, could cause any problems to cpanel? Any process that needs that password or something like that.

    For example, MySQL. I can't change the password, except using WHM. Cpanel keep the password in a file to access mysql.

    I use mailman for a while too, not in cpanel. I know that I can change the password using that command, like in your post. I just don't know the impact in CPanel jobs.

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    In the several years since I have first done this, I have noticed no problems between mailman and cPanel.

    Ron
     
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