Password change
Thread poster: xxxSteBe
xxxSteBe
Local time: 06:42
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Jan 15, 2008

Dear Proz.com technical staff,


while logging in to my account as a full member on January 8th I was told to change my password for reasons of the migration to Unicode (see related FAQ). I changed it using the same sort of characters I already used with my first password and the system accepted it.

So, what is really the difference?

Thanks in advance

Stephan Beck


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Jared Tabor
Local time: 01:42
SITE STAFF
Migration to Unicode Jan 15, 2008

Hello Stephan,

The purpose of reconfirming your password was to make sure the character set of your password was Unicode and would be recognized by the system. This procedure helps to avoid possible login problems. Sorry for any inconvenience, and please let me know if you have further questions or need help with anything else.

Best regards,

Jared
http://www.proz.com/support


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