I noticed that most of our users using the reset by username feature forgets the username too so I think it's a good a idea to use reset by email instead. Is this something doable? Thanks.
on 07/05/2012 – Made popular on 07/05/2012
I have the same problems as several others. I can't get past the authentication on the Windows client.
Authentication keeps failing! I have reset the password via the Ubuntu One website; I'm 100% sure I'm using the right username and password, but when setting up the Windows client it doesn't accept the username/password.
Help! When using my Galaxy Tab to browse online shopping sites I keep getting the message "username/password incorrect". I have reset usernames and passwords several times so I know that it is not human error. When logging into one particular site, the page has 'remembered' an old login which pops up automatically even though I have unchecked the 'remember me' option.
So why does the password reset page tell me I've answered the question incorrectly?
First, I tried to register. Never received an email. So I tried to register with a different email/username. I was told it was taken. I tried to have a password sent to my email, but June is not the 6th month according to the page.
i gather that when a new account signs up they are meant to get an email with their username and password etc?
it appears that mine aren't
i get the usual email that says new account added
but the pass is *'d out which is ok
but a couple of times ppl have chosen a pass for the whmcs but it changes it in cpanel for some reason
i've had to reset ppl's passes a few times now as it won't