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Thread: Please change passwords

  1. #16
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    Which raises the bigger question?
    Is it the password itself that must change?
    What it I accidently changed to Tony's password?
    We probably have a number of members who inadvertently have chosen the same password!!
    Is it the act of changing the password that is critical to the process or the word itself?
    Still do not see the point of a dozen or so currently active members changing when we have thousands of inactive & occasional members?
    regards Michael

    yacht racing at RMYS
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  2. #17
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    Hi guys thanks for your response, I have changed back to my old password and will let you know how it goes .
    cheers Tony

  3. #18
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    I am trying to find out how to do everyone. If everyone had the same password it wouldn't matter, except we all would know it But as far as the site is concerned it doesn't matter.
    The sun rises and sets, the moon wax and wanes, oceans ebb and rise, warmth of spring and the coolness of autumn and my heart beats as if I belong to them all.
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  4. #19
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    I am trying to find out how to do everyone
    If you do manage to change everyone presumably it will generate automatic email to all members telling them their new password.
    I hate learning new passwords!
    Could I then change it back to the old one?
    In other words, is it the password itself, or the change that is important?
    regards Michael

    yacht racing at RMYS
    Lake Mountain Ski Patrol
    bush walking anywhere in Vic

  5. #20
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    You can or I can change it once it changes it. In your profile as per norm.
    The sun rises and sets, the moon wax and wanes, oceans ebb and rise, warmth of spring and the coolness of autumn and my heart beats as if I belong to them all.
    www.gpsaustralia.net

  6. #21
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    Changed my password Nick.

    Barry

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