By default ubuntu 12.04 comes with guest account.You can disable this account using the following procedure.Guest account is a paswordless account which allow users to get access to Ubuntu machine
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When installing Ubuntu, you are required to create one user account. That account is the “root” account, used to perform all administrative functions on the system. Any user with access to that account can modify or change any setting they want. Sometimes it necessary to create another account, say, for a guest, or for some [...]
I have a cPanel account whose emails I migrated from another server. The account can receive emails in SquirrelMail but cannot receive emails in Mail.app on OSX. I can test the account with Outlook's test button successfully, though I've not tried to download any emails. The chances are, a brand new account would work correctly.
Could you please disassociate this account from Ubuntu One so I can do it properly? I didn't realise I had used an old email account to create the old forum account.
This is my old profile: http://ubuntuforums.org/member.php?u=720865
I'm still in control of my old email, so it won't be a problem for me to do it right the second time around... Fingers crossed!
I seem to have the same problem as loads of other users, my old ubuntu forums account was this:http://ubuntuforums.org/member.php?u=336908And I was pretty sure that it was linked to the email I used to create the SSO-login account, but it was not and now I ended up with a new account and no possibility to log in to my old one.Is it possible to send out a mail to the old account so I know which mai