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 08-08-2001, 07:39 Post: 30766
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Anyone have any idea how to go about changing one's email address of record on CTB?






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 08-08-2001, 23:59 Post: 30800
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I have been trying to do this for 8 months. I have emailed the webmaster, no reply. I did find some place on this board once that stated that the only way to change the address was to register a new account, then you would be sent a new password. I have tried this several times. I never got a new password.






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Chris,

Your post isn't very encouraging. I too tried to send a message to the webmaster via the page provided on the site. As with you, I never received a response.






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 08-09-2001, 13:35 Post: 30818
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 Changing E-Mail Addresses

I have not programmed a feature to allow users to change their personal data. In fact I started this, but it really required a pretty significant redesign of my message board system that I have not completed, and won't revisit until cooler weather returns and I can spend some weekends in front of the CRT again
What I have to do is change your email account in my user table and also change all the messages on the board to reflect your new email address. If this is something that you just "have to have", and are willing to pay for it, email me. The fee for this service is $10.
If you don't care about the link in all the old messages, then just set up a new CTB account with your new Email address.






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