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timberwoody
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Registered: 06-10-2008

password manager

I have just installed a new PC running windows 7. For emails I use firefox 3.6. On my old PC I used easy password manager but I have been told this does not work with windows 7.
please can anyone recommend a system to install?
TIMBERWOODY
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Registered: 15-06-2007

Re: password manager

Are you referring to webmail.
If so you don't need Password Manager as Firefox will remember them on it's own
timberwoody
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Re: password manager

Thanks OLDJIM , No I need to keep all my user names and passwords together for all the various sites I visit!
TIMBERWOODY
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Re: password manager

I have the same problem but all I did was create a text file with information in it  Grin
You could try this http://www.efficientpasswordmanager.com/
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Re: password manager

With Firefox I use snixper (search for it in the addon/extensios) it renumbers usernames/passwords etc. I also use xmarks to backup my bookmarks across machines.
Denzil
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Re: password manager

Quote from: timberwoody
Thanks OLDJIM , No I need to keep all my user names and passwords together for all the various sites I visit!
TIMBERWOODY

Yes, but Firefox does this anyway. Whenever you enter a new password it gives you the option to remember it. You can manage the saved passwords by clicking on Tools - Options - Security, then the Saved Passwords button.
timberwoody
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Re: password manager

Many thanks OLDJIM , I have installed your password manager and put in my details. Also thank you BIKER955  for your suggestion.
Once again PLUSNET FORUM has solved my problem!
TIMBERWOODY
timberwoody
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Registered: 06-10-2008

Re: password manager

Thanks DENZIL just seen your post and taken note!
Timberwoody