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Title PHPIMP
Platform n/a
Price Free (GPL)
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Category PHP » Scripts and Programs » User Authentication
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Description PHPIMP is an authentication module written in PHP. Given username, password and server name, it allows you to validate the username/password against the server, and returns true or false. If you already have a POP or IMAP server, you can write your web based apps to authenticate without maintaining any password lists. Demo available on site.

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