Post by Doan the Nado on Apr 15, 2006 0:25:49 GMT -5
Okay... I see two members: nje and nje789. Both have the same e-mail address associated with them. It appears as though you've actually logged in to the nje account before, so perhaps you're not receiving the 2nd activation code because you have two member names?? I'm not really sure, but if you'd like, I can set the password for nje to something and then e-mail it to you. Then, you'll be able to login using that password and change it to whatever you want.
That would probably be the simplest way to go about this. So I would be deleting the nje789 account and creating/sending you a password for your nje account. How does that sound?
After I log in, no matter where I try to go, it always sends me to an activation code screen. I can't even go to my profile. It says to enter the activation code, and it also has a link to send an activation code, but it never sends one when I use it. Your e-mail got through, so I know it's not the wrong e-mail address, it's just not sending one.
Post by Doan the Nado on Apr 18, 2006 21:53:22 GMT -5
I just changed your member e-mail to my own and it sent the activation e-mail to me within seconds. I have activated it for you and changed your password to the one which I just e-mailed you.
I'm pretty sure a few other members have had problems receiving e-mail through AOL in the past. My suggestion is to get a GMail or Yahoo account. For now, however, you will want to leave the e-mail as my own, because if you change the e-mail, your account has to be reactivated.
Post by Doan the Nado on Apr 19, 2006 11:25:44 GMT -5
I'll get to this sometime this evening. I'd do it for you now, but I don't have access to that e-mail account from here. Sorry, I should have made a note of that in the e-mail.
Seriously though, you should have an e-mail buried somewhere in your AOL Mail. I'm betting that it's auto-deleting stuff that it considers to be Spam, which sucks, because ProBoards notifications definitely are not spam.
It may also have something to do with your e-mail settings. If it is set up to block e-mails from unknown or non-AOL members, that could also prevent the e-mail from getting through. Then again, I guess my e-mail got through, so I'm not sure that's the problem.
Post by Doan the Nado on Apr 20, 2006 18:37:47 GMT -5
Yeah, no one really uses e-mail to send each other trivial messages, anyways, so it shouldn't be a problem as far as Domain members are concerned. The only possible issue is that ProBoards may have a problem with you not having a legitimate e-mail in their database with which to contact you regarding your account. Of course, if I ever received a message for you from ProBoards, I would simply forward it on to you, but I suppose the bigger thing they would have in mind would be that if you were to violate the ToS (ProBoards' Terms of Service), they might end up banning the wrong person. So be good! ;D
Regardless of the circumstances, I'm glad to finally have you here as a member. I'm looking forward to your questions and contributions.