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Hi,

I installed Kerio Mail Server on a Linux server. I configured a domain to authenticate through PAM. Everything works for local Linux accounts, users can login and even change passwords.

Now to the problem. I decided to add Winbind to PAM so users can authenticate with the same Windows Domain username and password. Login works, but it's not possible to change passwords through webmail.

To change password, users need to login with ssh and issue the passwd command.

The error message I get from webmail is "New password is invalid". It's not relative, since I can change password from the command prompt using the same password.

The error message I get from the Linux server is "pam_winbind[29993]: password - (old) token not obtained.


Is there any way to solve this issue?

Regards

[Updated on: Sun, 12 April 2009 20:37]

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