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Simple way to save login/password info

What would be a simple way to save a bunch of username/password pairs from 
an email server? In the case of a catastrophic problem on a stock fedora 
server, it would be nice to be able to recreate the user accounts (mostly 
without shell access) easily on a new machine. Backing up data associated 
with the user accounts is easy, but I don't currently have the option of 
full-system reduncancy.

I've looked through the "shadow-utils" stuff, and the pwconv/pwunconv 
commands almost look what what I want, but unless I'm missing something 
they really make changes on the actual, live, files. I'm more interested 
in a complete copy that I can keep securely someplace remote from the 


Erich Schroeder                    Phone: (217)785-0033
Curator, Learning Center           FAX:   (217)785-2857
Illinois State Museum GIS Lab      email:erich(at)illinois.state.museum
http://www.museum.state.il.us/     Linux user #18660

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