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    Steve Heneghan

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    Changing Password

    Post by Steve Heneghan on Tue Mar 31, 2009 8:49 pm

    I forgot my password so I used the facility to get it reset - worked fine.
    But of course the new password is a randon collection of letters and numbers so I went in to change the pasword.
    I received an error message saying that ages over 99 years were not allowed !!
    I know I am older than many on here....but not quite 99 ??
    I have checked the numbers and it should not make 99, my date of birth is 1953.
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    Al Peasland
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    Re: Changing Password

    Post by Al Peasland on Wed Apr 01, 2009 8:55 am

    Hi Steve

    Ah - this will be the new photograph age recognition facility - must have got a look at your picture and made the relevant assumptions Laughing

    Sorry mate - only joking

    Not sure about this one but will speak with Davey and see if we can fix it

    Thanks for bringing it to our attention mate - cheers

    Oh - and see you Sunday bounce

    Al
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    Davey

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    Re: Changing Password

    Post by Davey on Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:44 am

    Hi Steve

    All fixed now mate so feel free to change your password.

    take care
    Davey.
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    Steve Heneghan

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    Re: Changing Password

    Post by Steve Heneghan on Thu Apr 09, 2009 2:43 am

    Thanks, that's taken years off me !!!!

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