On 07/26/2009 03:57 AM, Martin Feitag wrote:
> NoOp schrieb:
>> On 07/25/2009 01:05 PM, Gerald Ross wrote:
>>> Martin Feitag wrote:
>>>> Gerald Ross schrieb:
>>>>>   Installed the beta version. Do I actually HAVE to have a master
>>>>>   password? I never did in previous versions. Unable to bypass the window
>>>>>   to make a master Password. Also unable to invent a password that I can
>>>>>   really remember (oldtimer's disease) and that it will accept.
>>>> I guess I experienced the same when I migrated a Seamonkey 1.1.x profile
>>>> to SM2 after installing SM2.0b1. It seems like SM2 creates a key3.db
>>>> file in the profile-directory which is useless. After renaming/deleting
>>>> that file everything was fine and even the imported passwords were
>>>> accessible.
>>>> Hope that helps
>>>> Martin
>>> Wish I had known that earlier. I actually did a master password reset,
>>> then re-entered all my passwords one at a time. Only had about 15-20
>>> that I still use so not a huge operation. Thanks.
>> For others; you don't have to do either of the above.
> I'm sorry but for now this is wrong. In fact when this problem comes up 
> for people who had not used a master-password in SM1, they /do/ need to 
> I didn't have a Master-Password either.
> I started SM2 after migrating for the first time and it asked for a 
> master-password right away (I guess because it tries to check for mail 
> already in SM2 without having to open the mail-window, by default)
> So migrating from SM1.1.17 to SM2.0b1 caused a master password prompt 
> right from the start for me, before doing anything else.
> regards

See my reply to Gerald Ross.
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