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I asked a question on ServerFault (where I am not registered), and it was migrated to SuperUser. Now I want to accept the closest-to-true answer I got, but I can't -- it does not belong to my SuperUser account. I don't have enough SU reputation to even ask this meta question on (I did get 2 points for editing my question).

There is a question here that seems exactly about the same situation ( Accepting an answer on a migrated question) but I don't see how to apply the answer. In detail, I don't see any option to "flag" a question or to "associate" accounts (I've used the same email address in pre-registration questions and answers, and in registration using StackExchange OpenID; are the accounts already associated?).

My (original) question is

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closed as too localized by Cody Gray, kiamlaluno, Pops, Manishearth, Mat Jun 26 '12 at 18:46

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Have you tried to create an account on Super User yet? – Cody Gray Mar 15 '12 at 6:49
I have an account, but it doesn't own the question; I edited this question to clarify. – Shai Berger Mar 15 '12 at 7:06
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I've associated the question with your account. It should now be possible to accept an answer.

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Thanks, I've accepted the answer now. – Shai Berger Mar 15 '12 at 7:22

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