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Re: OT: Cisco.com password reset.
- From: Christopher Chin
- Date: Wed Aug 03 17:09:25 2005
Today at 16:07 (+0200), Elmar K. Bins wrote:
> Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2005 16:07:55 +0200
> From: Elmar K. Bins <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: OT: Cisco.com password reset.
> email@example.com (Scott Stursa) wrote:
> > > When I tried to access my CCO account this morning I got a page with
> > > instructions to email firstname.lastname@example.org to get a new password. I did
> > > this from the email address registered to me on CCO and promptly received
> > > a new password to my email address which worked properly after that.
> > Yeah, I tried that. Didn't work in my case.
> Neither did it in mine (multiple accounts hooked on one email address
> is what cco-locksmith complained about). I have sent the appropriate
> email to cco-team, but heaven knows when they will process it.
I had the same response after mailing the locksmith.
I, too, mailed the requisite info to cco-team, and have
been expecting to wait.
Someone suggested trying again (might have even been
this list), and I did so just a short while ago ....
I sent a followup note to cco-team, so hopefully they don't
RE-change my password and disable my account now that I've
successfully gained access. ;-)
> I give them a day before escalating; I'm pretty sure they're currently
> pushing staff into the cco-team so the requests can be served.
> What bothers me is that some people got notifications while others got
> none - any idea on why (I didn't get any)?
> "Begehe nur nicht den Fehler, Meinung durch Sachverstand zu substituieren."
> (PLemken, <bu6o7e$e6v0p$2@ID-31.news.uni-berlin.de>)
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