imeem Nested Fails

21 Sep

At some point I signed up for imeem, and promptly forgot about it.

Lately though, I’ve been getting ping backs from their internal messaging system requesting I check out the spam I’ve accrued. I gave in today – mostly in an effort to remind myself of what had originally interested me – but when I attempted to log in, I came up blank for a password.

Fine, so I used ye standard reset password link, and that’s where things got interesting: after clicking the emailed link, I was told I needed to be logged in to reset my password.

Yikes, better find a method to send something off to mention the function is busted.

The only method I can find to make contact is to log in to their forum.

Brilliant.

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7 Responses to “imeem Nested Fails”

  1. Jaime September 21, 2009 at 14:37 #

    That totally happened to me with beebo or some other crappy social networking site I signed up for. I just marked their reminder emails as spam and forgot about it. (But I’m kind of lazy).

  2. Sean September 21, 2009 at 16:39 #

    I just tried following the same steps and it worked for me.

    What url were you sent to from the email?

    • jrdskinner September 22, 2009 at 13:45 #

      http://www.imeem.com/messages is where the email originally asked me to sign in to check my messages. From there I hit ‘forgot password’ and followed the instructions.

      I just tried it again, and it failed again.

      • Sean September 22, 2009 at 13:52 #

        can you send me your email address? Maybe there’s something wacky with your account.

  3. Sean September 21, 2009 at 21:27 #

    I was brought to the same URL, with a different hash, and it worked fine. I was also using Chrome. Odd.

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