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saslpasswd - set a user’s sasl password
saslpasswd [-p] [-d] [-c] [-n] [-f file] [-u domain] [-a appname]
saslpasswd is used by a server administrator to set a user’s sasl
password for server programs and SASL mechanisms which use the standard
libsasl database of user secrets.
-p Pipe mode - saslpasswd will neither prompt for the password nor
verify that it was entered correctly. This is the default when
standard input is not a terminal.
-c Creates an entry for the user if the user doesn’t already exist.
This is mutually exclusive with the -d (delete user) flag.
-d Deletes the entry for the user. This is mutually exclusive with
the -c (create user) flag.
-n Don’t set the plaintext userPassword property for the user.
Only mechanism-specific secrets will be set (e.g. OTP, SRP)
use domain for user domain (realm).
use file for sasldb
use appname as application name.
rfc2222 - Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL)