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Topic - Password
Posted: 25 Jul 2019 at 9:08pm By TimCNY
OK, I've always had automatic sign-in. Until, that is, tonight; I tried to click on a thread, got a server error message for the site, clicked the back button and all was well except --- I was logged off somehow. I went to sign back in, my password was "wrong" and unaccepted by the site. I always email sign-in information to myself for each site, so I checked my email and the password I used was correct. Tried multiple times, same result. So, I clicked the "Forgot Password" and waited for the new temporary one to arrive. Used that, error message says it's wrong. Tried it again, same thing. Third time it took. BUT, when I went to change my password in the Member Control Panel, I had to enter my old password to confirm. I used the one I knew to be correct, BUT - you guessed it, it was "wrong" and I can't update including changing my password. Are you kidding me?!?!?! If I had to request a new password (even though I DID know my old one!!!), doesn't that mean, explicitly by CLICKING "FOROT MY PASSWORD," that I don't friggin KNOW my old password?!?!?! Somebody get this fixed. It's a problem, but not from my end. Unbelievable...

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