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Issue #9802 duplicate

merging different accounts

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I set up an account a long time ago under timuckun@gmail.com (user digialdiague). When I log into that account it asks me to log into a different account and I usually log into my work account (tim.uckun@digitaldialogue.com.au).

I wanted to use my personal account for personal things so I created a third account tim@uckun.com but now I realize that was probably a mistake because it won't accept my public key (I already uploaded it for the other account).

I would like to merge my tim@uckun.com account with my timuckun@gmail.com account and keep my work account separate. I would also like to be able to use the same SSH key for all the accounts.

How do I do that?

Comments (2)

  1. Chris Somme staff

    Hi Tim,

    It don't see an account with the user id digialdiague in our system, either that's the wrong userid or you've already deleted that account. We have no automatic account merge functionality. It is possible to have multiple email addresses associated with an account.

    You will not be able to share you ssh key between your work an personal accounts. It is used as your Bitbucket account identifier when using ssh, and therefor must be unique throughout bitbucket.

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