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When I click a link from my email, I have to log on every time (even though I tick the “stay logged on” box. Why is this ?
Now please wash your hands.

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Not just me then!!

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Not sure. Do you mean you click on the email link in a new browser session? Also, is this a new problem since the change in server?

There could be an admin setting I could change on my end but not sure what. If anyone does let me know.
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I tend to use my iPhone - recently every time I access the site I have to log in again - even if I have ticked “stay logged in”.

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^^^ yup, that’s the one. Not just me then.
Now please wash your hands.

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#metoo !!!

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I've a tablet that makes me log in every time, phone logs in automatically. Both Android.

Must be a cookie or something that needs clearing, no idea how to remove a specific cookie though.
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I recall this issue may have come up before and needed a cookie/cache delete/refresh. In Chrome it's fairly easy to delete one cookie only. Settings ---> advanced ---> site settings ---> cookies ---> see all cookies and site data ---> (type "theoptom") then select and delete cookie
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The problem is on my phone . Safari ?
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Have you tried deleting cookies/cache?
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theOptom wrote:
Fri Jul 19, 2019 12:03 am
Have you tried deleting cookies/cache?
Brilliant - works for me now.
Thanks.

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tony wrote:
Fri Jul 19, 2019 6:30 am
theOptom wrote:
Fri Jul 19, 2019 12:03 am
Have you tried deleting cookies/cache?
Brilliant - works for me now.
Thanks.
Stopped working again now!!!!!

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It could be you are logged in at the same time on more than one device. If not, then I'm not sure. You might need to try a process of elimination to find out what the cause is then let us know.
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theOptom wrote:
Sun Jul 21, 2019 3:34 am
It could be you are logged in at the same time on more than one device. If not, then I'm not sure. You might need to try a process of elimination to find out what the cause is then let us know.
Not logged onto two devices.

I may have solved it now:

Logged out, then logged in again ensuring I put in my username and password manually rather than using finger recognition etc - seems OK now.

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Stopped working again!!!

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