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This way you will have the same password for all your nicknames and memo's sent to one of your nicknames can be read by ANY of your nicknames.
To group a new nickname to your main nickname, do the following: Change to your new nickname Type /msg Nick Serv GROUP mainnicktogroupto mainnickpassword For example, if your main nickname is Roomie with the password mypass and you wanted to register an away nick Roomie-away, you would do the following: Type /nick Roomie-away Type /msg Nick Serv GROUP Roomie mypass Now, all memos send to Roomie-away will still be accessible to Roomie, when changing from Roomie to Roomie-away or Roomie-away to Roomie, you will not be asked for a password each time.
Using "password" as your password is NOT a good idea ;) If you want to register your nickname via our webchat: Click on "Menu" in the bottom left-hand corner of the webchat Click on "Register Nickname" Fill out the required information (including email) Please note, that although your email address is required to register your nickname via the webchat, it is hidden by default, Kinksters Chat does not use it for any purpose and we will not give or sell your email address to anyone (if you're still uneasy about using your email address, use a fake one : P) Back to top Sometimes, you may want to register more than one nickname.
In this case you can group all your nicknames under your main nickname.
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