So, I unwittingly started a new forum account via UbuntuOne, which is apparently not linked to the same email I used for this forum. I have no idea which email that would be. I do, however, have my old username and password for my ubuntuforums account. I'm sure if an email were sent to said mystery email address, I could track down which one I used.
I signed up for free web host at clanmark.com because Iinstalling a forum for a group. And I made a forum email. I can not communicate between the forum email and mybusiness email (vfemail.net). I get no bounced or error message when I send email from the forum email to my business email and vice versa. It seems as these emails are lost in cyberspace. Both can
I logged into to Ubuntu one making sure the preferred email is the same as instructed but my forum account (which i had for many years) is gone, all posts are not linked etc. Is there a way to restore it? Is it not immediate? should i be patient?
Any help appreciated - I really want my old forum account back.
I revisited the forum after a significant absence and discovered the new login system. I dug up my old credentials but when I logged into my Ubuntu One account I couldn't remember which of the two emails I had listed matched my old forum account. I chose one and got it wrong.
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Hi to all,
I tried to find an answer on the forum and outside the forum but nothing.
I should need disable in the webmail the possibility for the user to change the password of his account.
I've read about the feature manager but if I set up by WHM it removing the tick in in Password Change and in Tweak Settings set OFF the voice Email password reset in the system schedule, disappears the c