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help a brother out????

#1  Postby longhair75 » Aug 04, 2016 12:08 am

This dying laptop is the only place I have a log in for this forum. I am in mid mafia game, but can't log in from anywhere else. I do not remember my password and I no longer have access to the email I used to register. Cox Cable and I have gone our separate ways.

How can I resolve this?
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Re: help a brother out????

#2  Postby Majiffy » Aug 04, 2016 12:34 am

>User Control Panel
>Profile
>Edit Account Settings

Verify your email is one you have access to.

Log out
"Lost password"

Retrieve password from email, reset it to something you can remember.
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Re: help a brother out????

#3  Postby kiore » Aug 04, 2016 12:47 am

I recommend you do this, if that doesn't work PM me a request to change your email and password and I can do this for you.
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#4  Postby kiore » Aug 04, 2016 5:22 am

kiore wrote:I recommend you do this, if that doesn't work PM me a request to change your email and password and I can do thi9s for you.


If you cannot figure this out, you should PM an administrator such as myself.. Repeated attempts at creating duplicate accounts will cause issues with the forum sock detection software.
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#5  Postby monkeyboy » Aug 04, 2016 6:13 am

kiore wrote:
kiore wrote:I recommend you do this, if that doesn't work PM me a request to change your email and password and I can do thi9s for you.


If you cannot figure this out, you should PM an administrator such as myself.. Repeated attempts at creating duplicate accounts will cause issues with the forum sock detection software.

Excellent, I have a few missing socks, if I PM a picture of their surviving partners, could you set your sock detection software..........

I'll get my coat.
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#6  Postby Evolving » Aug 04, 2016 11:20 am

kiore, can this be remedied?

http://mindromp.org/forum/showthread.php?p=338686

My only log in for Ratskep was on an old laptop with which I was having trouble. Having clicked "keep me logged in" when I first registered, I had long forgotten what I used for a password. As another issue, I no longer have access to the email address I used to register. While I was working on resolving this, the old laptop crashed and burned.

I created a new account, which RatSkep saw as a duplicate.

I have been banned permanently.
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#7  Postby kiore » Aug 04, 2016 1:45 pm

Evolving wrote:kiore, can this be remedied?

http://mindromp.org/forum/showthread.php?p=338686

My only log in for Ratskep was on an old laptop with which I was having trouble. Having clicked "keep me logged in" when I first registered, I had long forgotten what I used for a password. As another issue, I no longer have access to the email address I used to register. While I was working on resolving this, the old laptop crashed and burned.

I created a new account, which RatSkep saw as a duplicate.

I have been banned permanently.


I have sent an email with password recovery instructions for his account which is not actually banned.
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#8  Postby Evolving » Aug 04, 2016 1:46 pm

Thanks, kiore.
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Re: help a brother out????

#9  Postby longhair75 » Aug 04, 2016 11:34 pm

I made it back in. Thank you all
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Re: help a brother out????

#10  Postby scott1328 » Aug 05, 2016 12:25 am

Get a hair cut you hippie.



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Re: help a brother out????

#11  Postby Weaver » Aug 05, 2016 1:08 pm

monkeyboy wrote:
kiore wrote:
kiore wrote:I recommend you do this, if that doesn't work PM me a request to change your email and password and I can do thi9s for you.


If you cannot figure this out, you should PM an administrator such as myself.. Repeated attempts at creating duplicate accounts will cause issues with the forum sock detection software.

Excellent, I have a few missing socks, if I PM a picture of their surviving partners, could you set your sock detection software..........

I'll get my coat.

If it has been any significant period of time since the loss, it's most likely too late. I can, however, help you understand the problem.

You see, socks get all warm and damp in the environment of the washing machine, then don't make it into the dryer for the instant drying they need. This triggers ancient evolutionary responses, and they slink off, looking for a dark, quiet place. They usually crawl up to an elevated position, and undergo the most amazing metamorphisis ...

And that's why you always have extra coat hangers in your closet.
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