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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Software Freedom Day reports

From: Boukari Ouédraogo
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Software Freedom Day reports
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2006 10:29:28 +0000
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I am using phpgw ( on a debian server (sarge 3.1 r1). My accounts are on an other ldap server runing on a debian server (sarge 3.1 r1). When i log in at the first time, phpgw invites me to change the password. I see "You are required to change your password during your first login" " Click here <>". When i clic, it says "*Access not permitted*". I am not able to have preferences and other default applications. Here are my questions: 1 / How can i access to my phpgw applications at the first time whithout being obliged to change the password? 2 / How can i configure phpgw to change the password at the first phpgw connexion if i want?
Thanks for hall

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Dave Hall a écrit :
Hi all,

Just a quick bit of post SFD news for people.  I thought you might be
interested in what some of us did for SFD.  If you attended a SFD event
and did something related to phpgw, feel free to post it here for
others.  I will also add it to the website.

Several phpGroupWare developers took part in Software Freedom Day
events. phpGroupWare was well received by people.

In Melbourne, I attended the SFD Bazaar, where he gave away dozens of
copies of phpGroupWare CDs with the release and XAMPP.  I was
interviewed by Channel 31, community television [].  I spoke
about my business, phpGroupWare and some other FOSS projects. I hope to
post a copy of the story when it is available.



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