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I have lost my password to login to members.spamcop.net. Does anyone know where to go to reset this.

Thanks in advance

Go to http://members.spamcop.net

When the login box appears click on Cancel and you should be taken to a page where you can enter your username and a new password will be sent to your email address of record. You should use the Preferences link to change your password once you've accessed your account using the new password.

There is an email address on the page you can use to contact a SpamCop admin if you have problems getting the new password.

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...Is this in a FAQ or pinned message?  If not, could it be?

One of those nasty issues, made even worse by the current Forum set-up ... There are these separate FAQ's all over the place. (Side note, maybe you can help here .. how does one sign up for the Filtered E-Mail type account without ever having to visit www.spamcop.net?)

Anyway, most of the "general" FAQ entries still found via the spamcop.net web page, then there's more data over on the E-Mail side of the house (never having seen these pages myself), and of course, now we've got the Pinned FAQ thing going, which was supposed to be interim .. until JT got whatever FAQ vehicle he was going to go with working ... maybe related (maybe not) but the recent beg note for spallchecking in anther area also reminds that JT still has an open thought (might have to go back more than 30 days) about indecision as to whther this would be "the software platform to run this thing on) ... spellcheck is an option, but only for the paid, registered version ... so from appearances, this isn't registered yet? (or if it is, the configuration switches haven't ben toggled?)

Rambling mode off .. still trying to figure out how to accomplish the concepts offered up in another set of posts about the Pinned items<g>

In addition, the specific answer to the password issue is found at http://www.spamcop.net/denied.shtml and that page was found via the faq-o-matic entry at http://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/66.html , via http://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/128.html via http://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/285.html via http://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/1.html via the FAQ Index link on www.spamcop.net(with my code attached URL .. so not sure if the plain jane web page includes these links, but a "member" should hit the same page I did)

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