No way to access support on my REAL wordpress account

8 months 1 week ago #47464 by james bowers
Hello, I haven’t accessed my account in a long time. You still send me emails for moderation of comments though (will supply email if you need it). I can’t seem to log in with any email or username that I try. It even tells me that my email address is not registered. I am totally lost. I can respond to your emails as proof that I am (should I actually put my real name here publically?) of (my company name but I’m concerned about Privacy) if that helps any. I don’t really know the address of the blog as a friend set it up in my website a long time ago. I’m a technophobe and totally clueless. Hoping you can help me! I don’t know any other way to prove I am who I am but I haven’t changed my mobile number in 20 years, so that may have been used. I know we signed up to your site before there was a major change about 10 years ago. I don’t even know how to contact you here without giving personal information publicly! I had to create this account just to be able to contact you via forums!! I sincerely don’t know what to do. My wordpress blog is directly linked to my website and it has many posts that I don’t want to use – I just haven’t created a post for a long time and now I find that I can’t. Sorry that this is disjointed, I’m panicking.

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8 months 1 week ago #47465 by donnacha
James, I am just a user here but, if I understand your post correctly, you wish to log into your account.

Unfortunately, that has nothing to do with Jomres. Your best bet is to go to and attempt to login there. Your browser may even remember your username and password for you.

If not, attempt a password reset using the various email addresses you might have used for WordPress 10 years ago.

If what you mean is that you are trying to gain access to a self-hosted installation of WordPress, your best bet would be to ask your web hosting company to change your WordPress password by editing the database. Unfortunately, Jomres is just a plugin and has nothing to do with logging into the site.

Again, I am just a user, I may have misunderstood your situation, someone more authoritative may have a different perspective. Good luck James.

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