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Logging in issues

Post by firestorm_al » Fri May 19, 2017 2:17 pm

Please make sure that any saved short cuts you use to access the forum use the https:// prefix.

Clean out your browsers cache (locally stored web paves) and delete the cookies associated with the VTR1000.org domain. Shut down your browser.

After that you should be able to log in ok.

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Re: Logging in issues

Post by mark2000vtr » Mon Jun 12, 2017 5:17 am

I am having trouble been able to answer pms.Lost my phone on holiday so lost Phil flatlines number as well.I am coming on the Scotland trip lads,but need contact details of the campsite we will be staying at so I can get the campervan booked in A.S.A.P.Cheers lads,Mark. :D

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Re: Logging in issues

Post by AMCQ46 » Mon Jun 12, 2017 10:20 am

Mark,
you cant answer PMs as you don't have 50 posts

I will send you a PM with the Campsite details for Scotland, can you reply on the Scotland thread with how many of you are coming and how many days so I can book tables for the evening meals?
AMcQ

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Re: Logging in issues

Post by KermitLeFrog » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:28 pm

The problem I have is that I get email notifications for updated threads. The link in the email is often http. Some (of the newer ones) are https and work correctly. The http links don't. Is there any way to force all email notifications to give https links?
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Re: Logging in issues

Post by sirch345 » Sun Jun 18, 2017 9:58 pm

KermitLeFrog wrote:The problem I have is that I get email notifications for updated threads. The link in the email is often http. Some (of the newer ones) are https and work correctly. The http links don't. Is there any way to force all email notifications to give https links?
I get the same thing.

Not ideal, but I copy and paste the link into a new tab on my browser then add an "S" manually. Other-wise I don't open links from my e-mail notifications, instead use the "Notifications" option near the top of the site page next to "Private Messages", and use the "Quick Links" option on the left side of the page (on the same line as "Notifications") where you can select "New Posts". You need to be logged in to use these facilities,

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Re: Logging in issues

Post by KermitLeFrog » Mon Jun 19, 2017 6:09 am

sirch345 wrote:
KermitLeFrog wrote:The problem I have is that I get email notifications for updated threads. The link in the email is often http. Some (of the newer ones) are https and work correctly. The http links don't. Is there any way to force all email notifications to give https links?
I get the same thing.

Not ideal, but I copy and paste the link into a new tab on my browser then add an "S" manually. Other-wise I don't open links from my e-mail notifications, instead use the "Notifications" option near the top of the site page next to "Private Messages", and use the "Quick Links" option on the left side of the page (on the same line as "Notifications") where you can select "New Posts". You need to be logged in to use these facilities,

Chris.
Yup. I do the same thing. Not ideal but hey ho, it works.
"I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I squandered" (George Best, RIP)

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Re: Logging in issues

Post by bald_pig » Mon Jun 19, 2017 7:32 pm

It's easy enough to redirect everything to https...

https://wiki.apache.org/httpd/RedirectSSL

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