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Tim,

Server is discuss.softvelocity.com, use the number of your c6 serial (last
6 digits) as login name and password. If you don't have c6, call
softvelocity for a login/password or write them an email.

HTH,
Markus

Tim <timrfrost@gmail.com> wrote:
> It has been awhile since I was in the news group. I cannot seem to log
> in. Does anyone know what you are suppose to use to log into clarion 7
> news group?
> 
> Tim


-- 
markus steinwender
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5/7/2011 5:16:02 PM
On May 7, 11:16=A0am, markus steinwender
<mar...@takelastnamefromsig.net> wrote:
> Tim,
>
> Server is discuss.softvelocity.com, use the number of your c6 serial (las=
t
> 6 digits) as login name and password. If you don't have c6, call
> softvelocity for a login/password or write them an email.
>
> HTH,
> Markus
>
> Tim <timrfr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > It has been awhile since I was in the news group. I cannot seem to log
> > in. Does anyone know what you are suppose to use to log into clarion 7
> > news group?
>
> > Tim
>
> --
> markus steinwender

I ended up having to call them to have it reset.

Thanks Tim
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5/9/2011 9:52:14 PM
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