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I used my Gmail login to provide an open ID on Stack Overflow, then when I did the same on Server Fault I expected it to use the same username and whatnot, but on Server Fault I am now "unknown(google)". Is there a way to tie the accounts together?

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That's the problem with GMail/Google OpenID – Brad Gilbert Jul 17 '09 at 18:31
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Go edit your profile on ServerFault, then add the account in the accounts tab in your profile.

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How? Where is the add account? I see 3 related accounts, and a clear all associations, but I want to associate the meta stackexchange account, and I don't see any way to do that. – thursdaysgeek Oct 15 '09 at 3:40
Stack Exchange stuff will not associate with StackOverflow stuff, see…. (Of course I've seen that you've been there, I put up the link for others to come). – Lance Roberts Oct 15 '09 at 15:07

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