That's what we do here. :)
/sbin/nologin as the shell and if you want to allow ftp use a client that
doesn't require a valid shell.
On Wed, 8 Jun 2005, M. Goodell wrote:
> What is the recommended method to setup E-Mail only accounts? I am running a server that will host several websites and also provide e-mail services for many site users. What I want to do is configure each user to only have email access and *no* shell access / ftp access of any kind.
> Is it good enough to simply use /usr/sbin/nologin as the shell and leave it at that or is there a more secure / better way of implementing this.
> Thank you.
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