Merging S@H accounts (a new and an old one)

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Alexander Maltsev

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Message 1185278 - Posted: 14 Jan 2012, 18:10:21 UTC

Hi! I returned to S@H after about 7 years, and this time the old e-mail I used before no longer exists, so I had to create a new account linked to my new e-mail address. I'd like to keep my old results... btw, it's more than 1000 WU. Is it possible to merge two accounts?
Old account: 296168 (e-mail: Alexander.Maltsev\at/unifr.ch)
New account: 9309554 (e-mail: ... do I really need to post it here?)
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Message 1185332 - Posted: 14 Jan 2012, 22:31:04 UTC - in response to Message 1185278.  

Is it possible to merge two accounts?

That depends... only if the old account was a SETI classic account.

Try "Special instructions: For SETI@home Classic participants" on the SETI@home homepage.

Old account: 296168 (e-mail: Alexander.Maltsev\at/unifr.ch)

With that information, you could log in - if you still remember the password.

New account: 9309554 (e-mail: ... do I really need to post it here?)

Nope, never post email addresses on a public forum.

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Message 1186270 - Posted: 18 Jan 2012, 20:23:22 UTC

The old account is, if I recall correctly in the range of classic accounts. If it has never been activated, you can attach it to your new account.


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