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w0lfryd3r 21st Jan 2014

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I logged out of my website and tried logging back in. My password is saved but it says its incorrect and my other admin can not log in either it say his is incorrect. We tried clicking on the lost password  but it never sends an email to change it so now we cant log into our website  and was wondering what our options are
JamesAdmin 21st Jan 2014

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I think you maybe entering in the wrong email address. I will PM you the registered email account.
w0lfryd3r 21st Jan 2014

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ok what bout changing users passwords cause i have an admin who is using the right email and the reset password is not working for him
Vustra 21st Jan 2014

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I Agree. The Admin Pasword change must return....



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w0lfryd3r 21st Jan 2014

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I have an admin that can not log into his account cause the lost password is not working for him
JamesAdmin 21st Jan 2014

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Please PM me the email address that is having the issue
w0lfryd3r 21st Jan 2014

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I just deleted him and he reregistered and i remade him an admin took to long for a response
EpicDinosaurz 22nd Jan 2014

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I *DO* agree the password reset must return. But with some restrictions. I do not think members on the website with the ability to reset passwords should be able to reset the password of a member with the same ability. I also think that there should be an email sent to the person whose password was changed saying that their password was changed, followed by the user that changed it. I also think that an email should be sent to the site owner when somebody reset someone else's password.

That would maximize security when passwords are reset by other members and possibly allow for the return of administrator password changes.


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