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spudmiga 
Memory lane
Posted on 17-Jul-2019 22:05:40
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Joined: 12-Dec-2002
Posts: 801
From: England, United Kingdom

Hi guys.

I remember using Amigaworld forums back when they were still very new, late 2002/early 2003 back when DaveyD ran the place. I was a moderator for a while too.

I decided to hunt the forum and low and behold my posts are still there from all those years ago The password has long been forgotten and I have left and returned to the Amiga scene probably twice since then hence the newer account i created.

I was wondering if there was a way the administrators would be able to merge my account back to my original account. Or if not somehow allow me to access my original account?
I have some information still stored in my head that may help prove it was me, though no password unfortunately. I did try logging in just, and both of the ones I thought it could have been did not work - (hey I am going back over a decade and a half here!)

It sure would be a cool way of reconnecting with the past to get my original Amigaworld.net account back.

Are there any ways this could be done?

Spud

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OldFart 
Re: Memory lane
Posted on 18-Jul-2019 9:13:12
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From: Stad; en d'r is moar ain stad en da's Stad. Makkelk zat!

@spudisgood

Quote:
I did try logging in just, and both of the ones I thought it could have been did not work - (hey I am going back over a decade and a half here!)


Hey, didn't you write your passwords down somewhere? I mean, just like any sane person anticipating the hiccups memory can suffer from as the years advance?

Sorry, I can't help you, but, hey man, welcome back here!

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spudmiga 
Re: Memory lane
Posted on 19-Jul-2019 17:51:37
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@OldFart

Possibly.
I can't remember.

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