Well, that's not the case here. In fact, the
Provided you find anything unclear while installing [this seems to be a given], . . . go back to the start page and click on Instructions. After following the instructions, click on Personal Administration and try to log in again.
You should also change your password into the one known just to you using the change my password reference. It is therefore vital that you handle your password the way that prevents it from being misused.
I do agree that passwords must be looked out for—there is a great deal of password molestation around here and it ain't pretty. Using "the" correctly (i.e., the use of "the")is tricky for many non-native speakers, but really, what if I want to change my password to that other one known just to me. Do I have no options? To find out, you might contact a system administrator via the email system and see what happens:
The system uses the mailbox as a destination for the messages. . . . [Thank you for clearing that up.] It is every user's duty to read the messages delivered to the mailbox and follow the instructions they contain.
If you do not comply immediately upon receiving messages, you will be contacted by the Vice-Associate Sub-Rector of the Faculty of Mind Control.
Looking forward to future cooperation,
the Information Services team
There was one falsified sentence in the above, but overall that was about the gist of it. Beware the medium and the message.
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