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You are not licensed for olddomain.com

ramette
Minted
Posted on Jan 26, '10 at 12:37 pm

I changed my domain name recently. I updated my license and updated my preferences in Mint. However, when I click the update button, I get an error, “You are not licensed for (olddomain.com).” What’s wrong?

Shaun Inman
Mint/Pepper Developer
Posted on Jan 27, '10 at 04:12 pm

Have you visited yourdomain.com/mint/?moved yet? That tells your Mint installation to update its internal pointers so that checking for updates uses the new domain name.

ramette
Minted
Posted on Feb 07, '10 at 01:16 pm

I hadn’t done that. Thanks, Shaun!

picsel
Minted
Posted on Aug 14, '10 at 10:44 pm

I did that already. Thing is, I know the right e-mail address but when trying to reset password it’s just saying password sent. In fact I never received any password and I am trying hardly, checked spam and everything.

I assume the e-mail was in fact never sent. Please advise.

Shaun Inman
Mint/Pepper Developer
Posted on Aug 23, '10 at 09:33 am

picsel, what does your email/password question have to do with ramette’s licensing issue?

See the email FAQs.

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