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I need some help. I can no longer sign into my old account Ken Dillinger since I have along forgotten my email address that I used to sign-up almost 8 years (!!!!) ago. That and combined that I have been inactive for quite a while.
Is it possible to convert me back to "Ken Dillinger" and all the lovely community points rather than the KenDillinger21 that I have been disgraced with?
Any help would greatly be appreciated.
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Hi Ken, Is it possible the old email address you used was <redacted> or <redacted>?
Bill Traynor E2E SysAdmin/DevOps
It has been a week, have not heard back from you, wondering if the website help link proved useful and this is now to your liking? I'm assuming it is, so I'm marking this as Closed. If more assistance is required, simply Reply with updated request.
In reply to William Traynor:
William TraynorHi Ken, Is it possible the old email address you used was redacted or redacted?
I need you to think really hard about this one, but fear not for I have faith in you.
My old email address is <redacted>.
And next time, don't post it without my permission regardless if it is defunct or not. You are able to reach me through my account on here.
Otherwise, good job buddy! Keep up the good work.
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