mod_authn_anon module allows user to be authenticated with
anonymous and a password being his email address. Email addresses
may be logged.
Sample configuration to enable anonymous authentication for valid users with email verification and logging turned on:
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Anonymous directive allows to specify the list of one or
more userIDs which are allowed access without password verification. The userIDs
are space separated. It is allowed to use single or double quotation marks to
enter userIDs with spaces.
It's recommended that
anonymous is always one of allowed userIDs.
It is also possible to specify the userID as "*". This will allow any userID to be accepted.
Anonymous user [user] [...]
Note! Comparison is case insensitive.
Anonymous anonymous "Not Registered" "Whatever"
Anonymous_LogEmail is set to
the 'password' entered (which is normally an email address) is logged into the error log.
Anonymous_MustGiveEmail directive indicates whether the user
must specify an email address as a password. This directive allows to prohibit
On, users may leave userID field empty.
entered 'password' is verified for presence of at least one '@' and a '.' to
prevent invalid email addresses.