I've spent a lot of time searching around but I can't seem to find a simple answer. Is there a simple / easy way to allow end users (people who want to see their emails and don't care about how it works) to request a password reset themselves?
The closest answer I have come to is posted at https://www.virtualmin.com/node/36475 and has to be one of the most unhelpful answers I've ever read. So all my users have the "Password recovery address" set to their own personal email addresses. All the description says is...
"Password recovery address If a user forgets their password and the option to reset it is available, this field determines the address to which the password will be sent. This is typically set by mailbox users themselves in the Usermin UI."
So where is the option to reset located (I hope this doesn't refer to the "Recover Password" button on the user list screen as that means they (end users) would have to mess around in a place they have no business being in)? I've been through all settings pages in Usermin, Webmin and Virtualmin and cannot find anything relevant. I ask as it's not secure to send a password, however temporary, via email and under no circumstances should an administrator EVER ask the user for the new password.
It's all well and good allowing users to set or change their recovery address but that is entirely useless if they've forgotten their password to login with in the first place.
Just to be clear, I'm looking for a way that my end users who just check their emails, can head to the normal usermin login page and request a password recovery themselves without me having to 'oversee'.
If this is possible, would somebody mind pointing out what I've overlooked or missed. If this isn't actually available yet or does not exist, does anybody have any good resources to start with for building this option myself or is this something better provided by an active script such as RoundCube (not that RoundCube can do that very easily either)?
Thank you for reading and any thoughts you have anyway.