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    Sometimes it's wearisome to have to change my password often.
    Maybe admins could disable this option in order not to discourage old users to come back.



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    I've actually never had to change mine. I think that's a security feature built in for inactive or new members to ensure no one's username is used by someone else.

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    You have to change your password evry 3 months or something as far as im aware everyone has to do it. Maybe not mods.

    I agree if david could change it, it would be good.
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    I often receive a warning telling me my password has expired. And when you don't remember your password, you are tempted to give up..

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    I see. I don't have permission to change that so we'll have to wait for Davey Boy's opinion on this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfista Junior
    I often receive a warning telling me my password has expired. And when you don't remember your password, you are tempted to give up..
    I just got that again the other night. It's really annoying. Hopefully David can change it. And you're right, that could be why so many members aren't posting any more.

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    Good point, all the unfortunate members with crappy dial-up Internet would be put off by that, although Broadband has its fair share of slow periods too

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    I have cable and sometimes the site takes forever to load for me too. Most of the time it runs fine though, but I can imagine that it would be frustrating for dial up users.

    Isn't there a feature where you can have your password emailed to you if you forget it?
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    coincidence!
    thats strange i just logged on and it came up that my password has expired please change it are we supposed to change it?i dont i type the same one in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by han_keep_smilin
    coincidence!
    thats strange i just logged on and it came up that my password has expired please change it are we supposed to change it?i dont i type the same one in.
    I type in the same one too. It's so much easiser than going through the annoying process if I forget it. Some of the inactive members probably still visit as guests to view the posts.

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