sending mails to the users for changing the password on FC3
rino.mardo at gmail.com
Sun Jun 18 15:14:19 UTC 2006
you use "crontab" for that. much like windows' scheduler. do a "man crontab"
for the correct syntax and i'm sure you'll know where to put your reminder.
On 6/18/06, Ankush Grover <ankush174 at gmail.com> wrote:
> hey friends,
> I am using FC3 and my users on this FC3 are Cvs users and Mails users.
> They don't sit on the FC3 server and do the things but they remotely
> connect to this server for CVs & Mails. I want every user should
> change his/her password every 30 days.
> Is there any way when the 25th day is reached an email should be send
> to the user and to the admin asking the user to change his password
> and this email should be mailed to the user 26,27,28,29 day also so
> that he don't forget to change his/her password ? I have already
> installed a web based program for changing the user's password and all
> the users have access to this utility/tool.
> Password age can be change through "chage" command. But the main
> question how to send the email to the user when his/her password is
> about to expiry means starting from the 25th day till 30th day.
> Please let me know if you need any further inputs.
> Thanks & Regards
> Ankush Grover
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