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It is now possible to reset your LDAP password automatically if you have
an LDAP email address set. To do this, run "resetpass".
However, this only works if you have an LDAP email address configured.
All new accounts have this by default, but older accounts may not. To
set your LDAP email address, run "setmail". This will tell you if you
have an email address set or not, and let you set one if you don't.
Once you set your LDAP email address, we recommend replacing your
.forward file like this:
$ echo USERNAME(a)toolserver.org >$HOME/.forward
This will avoid having to update your email address in two places.
There is no requirement that you set an LDAP email address. However, if
you don't, you will not be able to reset your LDAP password if you
forget it. LDAP passwords will be used for more things in the future,
including account renewals.
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