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OK my earlier question might have been caused since I did not sign in to the system.

As a first time user, I see that I am required to use social media systems like Facebook. I 99.9% never use social media.

So I would never use one of those for it.

I also do not use a Google or Yahoo account either.

I deal with my own domain[s] email address, like for 90% of all LO stuff.

So how do someone who avoids the social media systems and avoids using other domain email accounts get signed in or signed up?

Remember, not everyone uses social media or wants to deal with the privacy issues of dealing with other email systems that you have no "ownership" to. I currently have over a dozen emailaccount on domains I own, so it is a waste of time for me to have to go to an online service like Google Mail browser based email accounts. Everyemail account Iuse can be access by Thunderbird. The last time I hear, Google and Yahoo required a paid account to do that. I am paying enough for my domains and the email system I use.

Also, I almost never look in on the social media, maybe once every 4 or 6 months if required by someone who does not like to use anycommunication system other than Facebook or Twitter.

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