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What if someone forget his Login Name in JavaRanch?

Sergio Campos J.
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Joined: Jun 01, 2009
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I forgot my Login Name for a while,
and pressed "I forget my password"

From my email account I was sent to a page to reset password (I resetted it)
but I couldn't either log in
because I didn't remember the Login Name.

Finally, after several tries, I remembered.
But I am disapointed by what happened.

Is there a way I don't know
through which I can recover my Login Name
in the case I forget it?

Thanks!


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Andrew Monkhouse
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At the very bottom of the email message describing how to change your password is a line that states what your username is:
Remember: your username is: ...........


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Rob Spoor
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Sergio Campos J. wrote:Is there a way I don't know
through which I can recover my Login Name
in the case I forget it?

Store it in a secure way. I use KeePass Password Safe to store just about all my user names and passwords.


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Sergio Campos J.
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Andrew Monkhouse wrote:At the very bottom of the email message describing how to change your password is a line that states what your username is:
Remember: your username is: ...........


Yes! that's it!
I didn't see it...
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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