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Registering for QRZ Username/Password

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by Guest, Oct 15, 2000.

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  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Editor writes:



    As a QRZ Editor, I get to see all the "bounce messages" from users' attempts to obtain their passwords (and there are a number of them).



    Some of the most common mistakes I see are forgetting to add the .com or .net, etc, or misspelling the top-level domain name (i.e., .co when it should be .com; .nit when it should be .net; .com when it should be .net; etc).





    Of course, there are plenty of misspelled usernames (prior to the @ sign).



    Another very common error I see is people entering their address as
    *callsign*@arrl.org, when it should be arrl.net. It also seems that there are few folks who think ARRL membership automatically grants them *callsign*@arrl.net. Not the case. In order to obtain a working arrl.net address, you must register for it with the ARRL.
    Note: QRZ is not affiliated with the ARRL or QST.



    PLEASE, PLEASE be VERY careful when you enter your email address.
    Once you register your desired username with an incorrect address, that username becomes tied-up.

    And remember, the password you get back is considered a temporary, interim password. Once you use it to successfully log-on, you can
    change your password to anything you like (with-in the guidelines, of
    course).



    With that, 73 and hope you enjoy QRZ and find it's service useful.



    Mark, N7MK


    QRZ
     
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