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I created a gmail account that only handles my passwords and "into" emails. I never give it out, but I forward all such userid/password emails to the password account.

Yeah, I do tend to go overboard.

Glenn (Customer Service Experience) Ross

For all passwords of this type (e.g. "non-financial") I just add the site to my address book as a business and put my user name in the comments section. I use the same password for all of these sites, but I'm forced to use various permutations of my name as the user name. That's the one I have problems remembering.

dave rothacker

Great idea on the separate G-mail account Chuck!

I have also collected info in my OUtlook Contacts Glenn...Excellent suggestion!!


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