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May
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comment Change Mail Password, leave user system password
@sebix: Ok, I didn't get your point. This is clearer indeed now. SSH works better with key authentication; and regarding this aspect, sebix gets the point: enforcing public-key authentication avoids connexion even if password leeks
May
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comment Change Mail Password, leave user system password
LDAP may be over-sized. And for less than 30 users, MySQL also. postfix.org/VIRTUAL_README.html#local provide a way to use system account; but I think then reaching users from a text file does not look too bad neither (lukas-schulze.de/2012/02/…)
May
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comment Change Mail Password, leave user system password
Creating another account while conserving a sudo-user reaching emails does not sound like a good idea. Furthermore, speendo never speaks about SSH, public-key-authentication looks like off-topic.
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answered Change Mail Password, leave user system password
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comment Authenticating OpenBSD 5.6 to Windows server 2008R2 active directory?
Maybe serverfault.com/questions/20202/… can help. If you only need authentication for a single service, such as OpenSSH, have a look at blog.scottlowe.org/2006/10/16/no-broad-openbsd-ad-integration
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