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I created this account several years ago, but apparently forgot I'd created it a half year or so later and created another account. Is it possible to merge the non-primary account with my primary account so I can migrate ownership / tracking of the question that I asked with it?

I know it seems kind of one-offish, but it's just something I thought may be possible that would be convenient to do. Obviously this isn't a big deal if it isn't possible.

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Yup, it's both possible and done, enjoy!

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Thanks! I was expecting it to be some method of authenticating by adding the same OpenID to both accounts and somehow merging from there. Admin intervention is so much easier. :D – stevenhaddox Jul 2 '11 at 2:24

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