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RE: [opensource-91] Removing the token feature on password reset

From: user 7.
Sent on: Monday, October 10, 2011 3:09 PM
Grrrr.. i am not sure I will be in time for the meeting hence will 
likely not even be there. Thank you though for the response... i will 
wait and see if they have any other questions and maybe someone would be 
kind to share any info if they have run across this same issue.



On Mon, 10 Oct[masked]:52:52 -0400, John Stevenson wrote:
> I can show you tonight at the meeting.  I will be there around 6.
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> John Stevenson
> Concepts Atlanta Design
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> Subject: [opensource-91] Removing the token feature on password reset
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> Greetings,
> I have a question maybe I would get some help.. a client I has 
> clearly
> stated to me that they do no want the "token" feature when a password 
> is
> reset in Joomla.. how can one go about removing this  so that when an
> email is sent to their address to reset the password they merely just
> have to click on a link to reset their password and not have to copy 
> and
> paste the token.?
> Any ideas are appreciated.
> This is on[masked]
> Thanks!!
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