Ticket #904 (closed defect: fixed)
Email paswords not accepting certain words or charaters as passwords
|Reported by:||rob@…||Owned by:|
|Priority:||minor||Milestone:||ispCP ω 1.0 - RC5|
|Component:||Frontend (GUI)||Version:||ispCP ω 1.0.0 - RC2|
it would seem that if i try to ad a new email user or change an existing email user's password, i can get errors by trying to make the password one of the following...
bonjour anything password with a * in it... IE fre*123d
many of my clients use funny characters stuff like that....
Also when you add a new domain or re-generate the passwords to be email, it emails passwords like Qu;'5.#= but then the user cannot log in with these system generated passwords....
Also please note that when adding a password with a * in it , i get no warnign that it is a bad password , it just continues on, but when you go to use the password it does not work, when i go in to the mysql database i see the password as fre\*123d rather than fre*123d
also not that when i enter bonjour as a password i get an error message saying improper syntax??
i am using version...( i got this off of the front page of my Omega
ispCP 1.0rc3 OMEGA build: 2007-10-15 Priamos
On a Debian Etch system
Thanks.. Rob Morin Montreal, Canada rob@… 514-990-4444
- Milestone changed from ispCP ω 1.0.0 - RC3 to ispCP ω 1.0.0 - RC4
- Severity set to Hard
- Milestone changed from ispCP ω 1.0.0 - RC4 to Working
- Priority changed from major to blocker
- Milestone changed from Working to ispCP ω 1.0.0
- Keywords password added; passoword removed
- Component changed from Backend (Engine) to Frontend (GUI)
- Severity changed from Hard to Easy