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Can't log in to ChoralNet? Missing your email?

We recently completed completed a run of 'spring cleaning' on the ChoralNet membership database, for the first time in several years. Over February, you probably received an invitation (or several) to re-confirm your membership in various ways, and a big thanks goes out to everyone who did. This has put us (back) in the good graces of the major e-mail providers, as well as solving several long-standing problems that have kept a number of you from receiving ChoralNet emails in a timely manner (or at all) recently. We were also able to clean out a large number of user accounts that were inactive, had unreachable e-mail addresses, or were suspected of being used to send spam, so things are now more secure and easier to manage.
 
However, there are a number of you who didn't confirm your account before the March 1 deadline and, as a result, are no longer receiving ChoralNet emails and are also finding yourself unable to log in to ChoralNet. If you're trying to log in or retrieve your password and are getting a 'no such user' message, your account probably got flagged as being inactive (or we didn't have a valid e-mail address for you) and has been removed as part of the clean-up effort. Don't fret, though: we still want you here, and you're welcome to rejoin! All you need to do is re-register with a valid e-mail account, confirm the e-mail you get when you register, and you'll be good to go! You'll need to rejoin any Communities of which you were a part, and you'll also likely want to check out and possibly subscribe to any forums of interest.
 
We apologize for the inconvenience, and we don't expect to need to do this again anytime in the near future.
 
on March 27, 2014 9:14am
I'm seeing some "Sorry" error pages when clicking on forum links that appear to be due to the purging of members. I'd suggest that people who are having problems report them in the "Website suggestions" forum, here:
 
 
Unless you have different instructions, Martin?
on March 27, 2014 2:10pm
That's the proper place to post. And for the moment, DON'T report permissions problems--reporting will only slow down getting things properly relinked. If forum posts are still broken by Monday, report then.