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Apparently I was a dumbass and logged in once (persistent cookie) from a work-associated Gmail account (our Analytics account)... now some of my Stack Exchange accounts/posts are associated with this email.

It is a State of California position, so this is unacceptable and I need to get it fixed before it causes problems.

Is there any way (for me) to correct this issue and ensure all my stack accounts/posts/comments are tied only to my personal Gmail OpenID account?

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Thought this was a dupe, but I can't find it. I did find questions about linked SE accounts, but not multiple OpenIDs on a single account. – JNK Jan 3 '12 at 19:17
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Go to your profile page → Edit Profile & Settings → My Logins and remove the one you don't want.

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I'll check this. Question though, will this delete any posts/comments made while logged in with these addresses or will they remain linked to the remaining login(s)? – one.beat.consumer Jan 3 '12 at 19:20
You would merely be removing a login - not your associated account. It won't effect your posts. – Andrew Barber Jan 3 '12 at 19:24
@one.beat.consumer All posts under the account will remain unaffected by changing logins. – Matthew Read Jan 3 '12 at 19:26
I remove it on the top right. But it still appears in Account section. How to remove it under account? – hermes Dec 25 '15 at 5:24
@hermes What "Account" section are you referring to? – Matthew Read Dec 25 '15 at 23:12
When you click on user, it will direct to main page. Account is at the low left corner. Anyway I solve it by closing the linked account first and then logoff. – hermes Dec 25 '15 at 23:29

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