As Confluence 3.3 does not have the necessary permission to write into Crowd, I do not think you will get much option other than changing the link to Crowd's "Forgot your Password" page.
If you change the link to point to Crowd's "Forgot your Password" page, then your user will be redirected to Crowd and shoudl be able to change their password there. However as Crowd synchronization done every hour (default) I'm not usre if the changes would be reflected instantly on Confluence or not.
Turning off "external management" won't turn off the integration completely, however it is not recommend.
Hope it helps.
Just to add here are some links that may be reveal when you unticked "external user management" option
Thanks for the answer. Okay -- here is another question. When you say that turning off "external management" wont' turn off integration completely -- what does that mean? Can you explain what functionality is retained? For example, if a person updated their permission in confluence -- would it update in crowd?
On a related note, when a user resets their password when Crowd is controlling access to Confluence, they get an email asking them to reset it. The email contains the URL of the Crowd reset password page. After resetting it, they hit "Update" on the form and are asked to login to Crowd. I want my users to be redirected to login to Confluence. How do I do that?
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