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FWI, no e-mails have been sent to the e-mail address you gave (over the last few years). Only one "jkeen" e-mail was sent, but it was to a different domain. Not much other investigation I can think to do at this point since you didn't give me much to go on.

I fill in my username and e-mail address, click on the link that calls me a cowboy

Perhaps you should read the instructions: "one of the following blanks" (extra emphasis added by me to the emphasis copied from the original instructions).

Looking at the code, it appears to ignore the e-mail address if you enter a monkname (so perhaps you entered the e-mail address incorrectly when you created the user). So, if you want someone to help you with this, you're going to have to tell us what username(s) you were trying to register.

BTW, I'd like to revamp new user creation so that monknames don't get tied up when the e-mail doesn't get retrieved.

I'm sorry you've had so little success with this. I don't have an e-mail account at the moment so it is quite inconvenient for my to try e-mailing you. Sorry.

- tye        

In reply to Re: Never Get Password Once I Attempt to "Create a New User" by tye
in thread Never Get Password Once I Attempt to "Create a New User" by Anonymous Monk

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