i had a previous account with username deresh but when i used this new sso login it created this new account and i cannot connect to the old even using correct email in sso.
Hi, my previous account is w0ss4g3. I mistakenly used the incorrect email address to sign up to ubuntuone. I've now added the correct email and made it my preferred email. Can I have this account removed and have this login associated with my previous account?
So I signed in with the wrong preferred e-mail address and had this account created. I don't care much for this account, and I have corrected my login.ubuntu.com preferred address already, but unfortunately my old account remains inaccessible.
Would it be possible to delete this new bogus account that got auto-created?
My Ubuntu SSO was at the wrong e-mail address (I know, I know...) and I suddenly got this new account created. Is it possible to delete this account, such that I can re-assign my SSO to the old account?
(The old account has name: TOV)
Maybe you could add a step: "You are creating a new account with name XXX, are you sure? YES/NO" to avoid this.
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
I am wondering if there is a way to duplicate an account within the SAI and have a domain that pointed to one account point to the other account.
I'm simply double checking my logic, but I'm thinking under the account functions when a new account is created simply copy all the data and databases into the new account and change the domain under the account settings. Is that correct?