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Message 6694 - Posted: 11 Jul 2004, 22:45:19 UTC

I have updated all my seti accounts (I use to use one account for each computer for tracking) to new email address but this information does not seem to be in the new Boinc database. How can I correct this? I no longer have access to the old email address that are in the Boinc database.
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Message 6725 - Posted: 12 Jul 2004, 0:39:49 UTC

You must have access to the old email address to make the change. A confirmation email is sent out with a link you must visit.

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Message 6739 - Posted: 12 Jul 2004, 1:34:19 UTC

With BOINC it really isn't necessary to have a separate account for each computer. BOINC keeps stats for each of your computers under the same account and you can view them. Just mentioning this in case you didn't realize it.
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Message 6740 - Posted: 12 Jul 2004, 1:38:52 UTC - in response to Message 6725.  

> You must have access to the old email address to make the change. A
> confirmation email is sent out with a link you must visit.
>
John Keck
> BOINCing since 2002/12/08
>

Well, I don't have access to these accounts anymore, is there anything I can do like write the people who run seti?
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