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How to change passwords for mailboxes on the mail server using a script?

Mail Serverv.1.6 Mail Server changelog

Version 1.6.57

Release date: 04/25/2019

New features

  • Added permanent Fail2Ban ignoreip section for docker containers and its gateway;
  • Added the possibility to create sieve rules for users inside /var/vmail/sieve/;
  • Added new extension to sieve: sieve_extensions -> editheader;
  • Exposed port 4190 for ManageSieve service;
  • Added the possibility to run an external script from the /var/vmail/external.sh or /app/onlyoffice/MailServer/data/external.sh path;
  • Changed the default FIRST_DOMAIN parameter;
  • Replaced the hard-coded password used for the first mailbox with a random one;
  • Removed old useless descriptions for iRedMail administrator console path;
  • Added backticks to the 'CREATE DATABASE' commands;
  • Added the possibility to send mail messages from alias_domain, alias_address and full alias;
  • Added the imapsync command;
  • Added the new Python scripts allowing to create mailboxes, change password and run imapsync batch in /usr/src/iRedMail/tools/scripts folder inside the onlyoffice-mail-server container;
  • Added the Python PIP manager and installation requirements.

Bug fixes

  • Fixed the bug with mailbox not being removed when using third level domain (issue: wrong domain regex);
  • Fixed the bug with the Cannot load 1024-bit DH parameters from file /etc/pki/tls/dhparams.pem warning;
  • Fixed the bug with the No such file or directory being shown in many cases;
  • Fixed the bug with the ECHO_INFO: command not found warning.

Version 1.6.25

Release date: 07/03/2017

Runtime

  • Updated OpenSSL to the latest version (1.0.2).

Version 1.6.21

Release date: 04/26/2017

Runtime

  • Fixed the issue when the amavisd-new interface could not start without the properly configured IPv6.

Version 1.6.20

Release date: 12/13/2016

Connection Settings

  • Added page to the Settings for the integration of Community Server (Windows version) with Mail Server.

Installation Script

  • Fixed the error shown if the mail domain is not specified, now Mail Server will not be installed if this is the case.

Version 1.6.7

Release date: 06/22/2016

Refactoring

  • Removed version from the iRedMail folder;
  • iRedMail completed with commits from v.0.9.2;
  • Deleted unused packages from iRedMail;
  • Added the SpamAssassin setup with initial bayes_tokens.

Runtime

  • Fixed the incorrect MySQL server name in the config;
  • Fixed the issue with the config section duplication when starting the Docker container;
  • Fixed the issue with sending mail to a group/alias address;
  • Fixed the startup API issue.

Logging

  • Fixed logging during the installation.

Networking

  • Fixed the fail2ban and iptables issue when starting Docker in a network mode;
  • Fixed the issue with Mail Server on an external physical server.

Version 1.6.0

Release date: 03/09/2016

Settings

  • Redesigned Mail Server settings page.

Version 1.5.0

Release date: 04/20/2015

Mail Server

  • Mail Server for Docker first release.

Starting from v1.6.57, it is possible to run a script after the container is started to change default settings of the onlyoffice-mail-server.

If you want to change passwords for mailboxes, perform the following actions.

Execute the following command:

docker exec -it onlyoffice-mail-server bash

Go to the directory that contains scripts:

cd /usr/src/iRedMail/tools/scripts/

Prepare the csv file which contains a list of existing mailboxes and new passwords for them and save the file in the csv format, e.g. mailboxes.csv.

Below is an example of the mailboxes.csv file:

Email,Password
zzz@example.com,newpwd123
yyy@example.com,newqwerty123

Execute the script to change passwords for mailboxes:

python change_passwords.py -d "onlyoffice-mysql-server" -u "root" -p "my-secret-pw" -dn "onlyoffice_mailserver" -mb "mailboxes.csv"

To find out how to perform other operations using a script, you can refer to the following articles:

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