Many people ask how they can allow their e-mail users to change their e-mail password without having access to the C-Panel. This How To: guide will explain this simple proceedure.STEP ONE
User enters the following address to their browser:http://www.yourdomain.com/webmail
When the user name and password box appears they enter:USER NAME
: their password
At this point, the option screen loads offering 'NeoMail' 'Horde' and 'Squirrel Mail'. Just below these icons are the options:
'[Change Password] [Forwarding Options] [Autoresponder Options]
Have the user click on the [Change Password]
Have the user enter the new password in both boxes manually. Then they click the 'Change Password' button
That's it, the password has now been changed.
To curb the obvious question, there is no method for changing password's within the individual e-mail clients. If you usually restrict your users to using a single mail client, you will just have to trust that they will go back to using that.EDIT - 4 Jan 2004 format for username changed, thanks TV
Also, this is the method for the supplied e-mail clients. If you have installed your own e-mail client, and use that, this method will not work for you.
Questions and Comments are welcome, any suggestions for improvements will be greatly recent and probably put into place on this post.