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Re: [K12OSN] No attachments to list please...

If you use redhat look in 


This is how to enable to disable Plain text Passwords {I personally
never use plain text passwords, it kind of defeats having logins at


On Thu, 2002-10-31 at 16:33, pnelson wrote:
> I know that many of us on the list are using Linux to read our mail but
> for Windows users a *.reg file can be a dangerous thing. When they are
> posted as attachments to the list I get all kinds of warning messages
> back about viruses.
> Help me keep my sanity and let's not send any attachments to the list.
> Post the document on a web server and send a URL instead.
> You know, even with virus software and all the updates, I'm still afraid
> to read my mail using Outlook on a windows machine. It is SO NICE to not
> be in constant fear of viruses now.
> ;-) Paul << very happy using evolution for email
> On Thu, 2002-10-31 at 11:52, Ben Nickell wrote:
> > 
> > If I am understanding what you are saying, you are not doing domain 
> > logins, you just want windows 2000 to use unencrypted passwords.
> > 
> > The reg entry is in a different place in WIN2000, an file to do it comes 
> > with the samba docs, check /usr/share/doc/samba-2,2,3a/docs/Registry/
> >   replace 2.2.3a with your version.. this is from RH 7.3
> > 
> > I'll attach my version of the file I 'think' you need.
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