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HELP: User database; forgotten passwords; graphical instructions
Posted by: WebMaster (IP Logged)
Date: April 27, 2006 02:44PM

Note that further instructions on how to use this Forum and how to format new posts/replies can be found in several posts at the very bottom of this forum (on the last page).

Updated May 16, 2007

There is now a common user-database for both the Forum and Wiki, and login in one of them is recognized in the other, so you can freely move between Forum and Wiki, make your Forum posts and edit your Wiki pages without the need to log in twice.

All settings both for the Forum and Wiki can be changed in Forum's "My Control Center" (the link is visible if you click on the "Forum List"). All the Wiki settings can still be changed also in the Wiki.

If you FORGOT YOUR PASSWORD, you can request a temporary password to be sent to you, either in the Forum or in the Wiki:

For example, in the Forum click on the "Log in" link in the yellow header (see here: [www.world-wide-democracy.net]), and then use the lower form (with "Did you forget your password?" title - see here: [www.world-wide-democracy.net]). You have to enter the same e-mail address of yours at which you are receiving the e-mail from the WDDM Mailing List (the original e-mail address with which you registered).

You can do it also in the Wiki where you need not know your registered e-mail but your WDDM username. You can find your username on this page: [www.world-wide-democracy.net] - it's the name in the first column.
Click on the "Login" link in the Wiki header, and then below on the next page click on: "1. CLICK HERE to request a temporary password". Then enter your user ID and send it off.

Please use your temporary password where (Forum or Wiki) you requested it, because temporary passwords are processed in a different way in the Wiki and in the Forum. But after you log in and set a new permanent password (in either of the two places), it will again be good for the unified login to both the Wiki and the Forum.


Edited 12 time(s). Last edit at 03/28/2008 12:18AM by WebMaster.

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