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-If you forget your password, you can click on the '[http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/login.php?do=lostpw Forgotten Your Password]' link on any page that requires you to fill in your password.+If you know the email address you registered with and can still receive email at that address, go to '[http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/login.php?do=lostpw Forgotten Your Password page]' and fill in that email address. You will be sent your user name and instructions for resetting your password. If you are sure of your email address but get "The email address you entered is not in our database" it means there is no Birdforum account with that email address. Either you used a different email address for your Birdforum account or you have us confused with another Birding related forum site.
-This link brings up a page where you should enter your registered email address. An email will be sent to that address shortly, with instructions for resetting your password.+After you reset your password, you can use the '[http://www.birdforum.net/profile.php?do=editpassword Edit Email & Password page]' to change your password to one you can remember. You can change your account's email address there as well.
-Since passwords are encrypted, there is no way to resend your original password. This option provides you with the ability to reset your password.+If you have forgotten your password and either forgotten your registration email address or can no longer receive email at that email address, '[http://www.birdforum.net/sendmessage.php Contact Us]' for assistance. Tell us your forum user name, current email address, and any other information you remember about your Birdforum account so we can look up your account.
-You must be able to receive emails to your registered email address for this to work. You may need to check your spam filters and folder if you do not see this email in a few minutes.+Since passwords are encrypted, there is no way to resend your original password.
 +You may need to check your spam filters and folder if you do not see any email within a few minutes.
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If you know the email address you registered with and can still receive email at that address, go to 'Forgotten Your Password page' and fill in that email address. You will be sent your user name and instructions for resetting your password. If you are sure of your email address but get "The email address you entered is not in our database" it means there is no Birdforum account with that email address. Either you used a different email address for your Birdforum account or you have us confused with another Birding related forum site.

After you reset your password, you can use the 'Edit Email & Password page' to change your password to one you can remember. You can change your account's email address there as well.

If you have forgotten your password and either forgotten your registration email address or can no longer receive email at that email address, 'Contact Us' for assistance. Tell us your forum user name, current email address, and any other information you remember about your Birdforum account so we can look up your account.

Since passwords are encrypted, there is no way to resend your original password. You may need to check your spam filters and folder if you do not see any email within a few minutes.



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