Discussion in 'Announcement' started by FtUp, Sep 22, 2014.
I can't find a place to change my password to something I can remember.
Here are the steps for changing your password when you are logged in.
Hover the mouse over your user name at the top right corner (or you can click on your user name).
Click on "Password"
Change password in the next screen
If you forget your password and you need to change it in order to log into your account then you follow the steps listed here: http://xjbikes.com/forums/index.php...ated-to-new-platform.47664/page-2#post-423907
thanks. I figured it out right after posting this. then I couldn't find the post to delete it because you are so efficient.
No need to delete. It may help others
I went through the steps and my password doesn't work. I tried to do a new one and it said mine is already taken. How do I create a new password in the new site with my old username?
email me from the email address that you had registered on the old site. I will also need to know your userId.
Some of you had outdated email addy information on the old site and no longer have access to those email accounts. In these situations, PM me from the old website. That way I know you had access to the site and I will update your info here on the new site
All having issues, please don't register new user names. Simply use the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of this website to send me an email.
So there IS a contact link. I looked and looked before I PMed you on the old site.
For other blind people here is the link: Contact Us
I noticed that password request resets going to @att.net addresses are bouncing back. @bellsouth.net goes thru att.net gateway so same thing is happening. If you can't resolve this issue with ATT then change your email addy to Gmail or something and reach me thru Contact Us link at the bottom of this site.
I sent you an email requesting the address that password reset emails come from. I'll ask ATT to remove the block. If you post the address here perhaps other ATT customers (att.net, ameritech.net, bellsouth.net, flash.net, nvbell.net, pacbell.net, prodigy.net, snet.net swbell.net, wans.net, sbcglobal.net) can also request the block be removed.
It's sent from MyUserNameHere@xjbikes.com
I didn't want to post it above so the crawlers don't pick it up. But obviously it starts with 'snosheriff'
Here is the link where ATT customers can ask for mail to be unblocked http://rbl.att.net/end_user_request1.html
I went to login and I got password incorrect, tried again, same thing. Got new password it worked but when I went to change it to something I remember it said my original password was wrong! What's going on here?
Now I just tried copy and paste and it said my existing password was wrong!
I had the same problem. you have to type the password by hand and it will work.