Forgot your Password?

9 years 2 weeks ago #150798 by musiclover
How can I change remembering password like in Joomla mod_login - with verification token on e-mail, but not with changing password at once???
Thank for your answers.
9 years 1 week ago #150898 by krileon
Don't understand what you're trying to do. Please be more specific.

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9 years 1 week ago - 9 years 1 week ago #150930 by musiclover
If I use mod "Forgot your Password?" of CB, password changes immediately, and I receive the new password on my e-mail, but in standard mod in Joomla I receive a verification code first, which I should enter to change my password. If malefactor knows e-mail of any user, he can change their passwords. How to do that in CB password should not be changed at once, but it can be changed after entering the verification code, which is sent on e-mail, but if user didn't enter this code, password not change?
Thank you.
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