[jhb_airlines] Re: Wednesday

  • From: Gerry Winskill <gwinsk@xxxxxxx>
  • To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2006 19:27:39 +0100

The only way I can log on to the club site is by using pilotclub and s1mul@t0r.
If I use my number, 1000118 and the password I would certainly have used, if asked, I can't even get to the club page. In a post from Stephan he says I would have received an email, after enrollment, with my customer number and a password; the implication being that Pilotclub issued the password. I still have the emails but they contain only the number, no mentiion of password.


Which prompts another interesting suggestion for a modification. It would be a good idea to include the option for those who have forgoten their password. A similar situation arose today. I was trying to get into the PCSpecialist site, to check my order. The password I would have suggested was rejected, so I followed the Forgotten My Password route. This produced an immediate automated email, telling me what my password was. In that case, too, it must have been issued by them, since it was a random mix of letters and numbers; not anything I'd have devised myself.

Gerry Winskill


franklyn fisher wrote:

Gerry

After logging into the Pilot-Club, the first time, using the universal login, you were asked to register. For the registeration, you should have supplied your name and a preferred password. This password you should have noted.

You will then receive your ID number (1000xxx).

This ID number and your prefered password, is your entry to the system.

Assuming you noted  your prefered password.

Does this make it clearer?

You will need to use this to log in the main page, and then on entry to the Forum.

I use Mozilla Firefox which automatically remembers and auto inserts for me.

Frank




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