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Anyone else not able to get in atm?

I went to check to see if I'm in the queue yet and it won't let me in. Username or password invalid. I used both the info that was in my application acknowledgement and every password that I use in case I'd changed it and no luck. There's a password reset button at the bottom but using that requires providing a York student number which I don't have.... 

If this is just a me thing I'll email/call tmrw about it but certainly frustrating!!!

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40 minutes ago, swizzlem12 said:

Anyone else not able to get in atm?

I went to check to see if I'm in the queue yet and it won't let me in. Username or password invalid. I used both the info that was in my application acknowledgement and every password that I use in case I'd changed it and no luck. There's a password reset button at the bottom but using that requires providing a York student number which I don't have.... 

If this is just a me thing I'll email/call tmrw about it but certainly frustrating!!!

It took about 30 seconds to let me access the site but it does work. My last update is on the 27th but I'm still not in queue :(

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13 minutes ago, JJ1990 said:

It took about 30 seconds to let me access the site but it does work.

okay thanks! Idkwtf is wrong with mine then, I'll try to figure out how to get in tomorrow 😥

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