1. Go to login page of Libreoffice Moztrap
2a. Register for a Password user and login - with email: user@domain
2b. Use Persona to login - with email: user@domain
3. Logout after a succeful login with the new user
4. Login as an OpenID user with the same email: user@domain
* There would be a error to forbid the behavior:
Your email address may have already been registered. Plesae try to use password or Persona to login"
* It is blocked for security reason, mainly due to OpenID
provider does not make an email verification. So any one could pretend
to be somebody else via changing email.
One choice is we could provide a way to send "activating code" to the
target email for further validation in this scenario.
Hello Yifan, *,
I cannot confirm your bug here with Firefox 24.0a2 (2013-06-29) under Debian Testing AMD64 ... :(
Would you be so kind to answer me a couple of questions, please?
1. Which OpenID provider did you use? I have only tested it with my yahoo address so far, and here it worked ... ;)
2. Does your persona login really work? Mine didn't, though I have registered there in the past and can still login with my normal mail address and password there, but not in Moztrap ... :(
3. Which OS/architecture/browser are you using?
Sorry for the inconvenience
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