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1Administrator Plugin
3Author: Philippe Mingo <philippe@squirrelmail.org>, 2002
5In order to use this plugin, you must first activate it using
6conf.pl and then you must change the config/config.php files
7permissions to 660. This file must be owned by the user who you
8want to have access to this plugin (only one user allowed) and
9the group must be the group of the user who is running php. This
10authentication method requires posix support in php and doesn't
11work, if user's id equals to 0.
13An alternative method, but less secure, is to add a file called
14admins into the plugin folder with the names of the users that
15you want to allow the use of the plugin.
17Use this plugin at your own risk, and always remember to make a
18backup of your config.php file before use.
20Order of authentication checks
22When plugin checks if user can use it, it first checks
23plugins/administrator/admins file. If file does not exist, plugin
24checks config/admins. If plugin can't find admins file, it tries to
25use uid based authentication.