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Old 09-27-2007
Two Login's - Remember only one.

Hi All,

Have only recently returned to due to other activities (*oh the shame of it all).

Anyways, when I initially came back to redesigned/revamped site I couldn't remember any of my logins. I'd originally thought that I'd used the UID of 'Cameron' but couldn't remember any details regarding it's registration. I attempted to type 'Cameron' in the login details and the auto-type showed 'Cam Young' - cool, so I took it and entered what I thought was the password. Being lucky it logged me in. (Current UID)

I happened to stumble across one of my old posts under the 'Cameron' UID ( I suspect that with moving, I'd neglected to keep the details of my regerstration updated and is likely that I don't have access to the registered email account any more.

Was wondering if there was any chance I could revert back to my preferred UID ?? (*do so miss using it) Smilie

# 2  
Old 09-27-2007
If you can PM me or Perderabo who is also online now your original email address we can merge the two accounts. In case you have forgotten it I will give you the first four letters of the domain.

# 3  
Old 09-27-2007
Many thanks reborg for your assistance.

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