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PHP poppassd client: Change password of users with poppassd protocol

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poppassd 1.0Public Domain3.0Email, Networking, User Management
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This class can be used to change the password of users, usually with POP3 accounts, by using the poppassd protocol.

It connects to a a given poppassd server and attempts to set a new password for the account of an user given the current password.

The class can return a specific error when the server did not accept the new password for being too short or being listed in a dictionary of common passwords.

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PHP is often used to implement Web mail interfaces that allow the users to check the e-mail messages that they receive in POP3 mailboxes.

The passwords to access POP3 mailboxes can be changed with a distinct protocol named poppass.

This class provide an interface to change POP3 account passwords using the poppass protocol.

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