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Message 11767 - Posted: 24 Jul 2004, 4:54:46 UTC

In my haste to start the new system up, I have started a new account. Could I have my old workunits transfer to my new account?

Old email address: richratt@aol.com

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Message 11795 - Posted: 24 Jul 2004, 5:29:54 UTC

I don't believe so...

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Message 11831 - Posted: 24 Jul 2004, 7:15:55 UTC

What you need to do is start over again. I assume you created a new account using the same e-mail address as your old SETI account. First thing you have to do is rename the new account you created to another e-mail address you use. Then you can activate your old SETI account using that e-mail address.


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Message 12122 - Posted: 24 Jul 2004, 23:00:45 UTC - in response to Message 11831.

> What you need to do is start over again. I assume you created a new account
> using the same e-mail address as your old SETI account. First thing you have
> to do is rename the new account you created to another e-mail address you use.
> Then you can activate your old SETI account using that e-mail address.
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The problem is SETI is listed under a old email address. (I have no idea what the ID number is) I would like to open that account up and replace the email address with my current one. Thereby keeping my results.

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