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If you registered as a new member between November 4, 2013 and February 10, 2014, you will need to re-register. Migration of user data occurred from data captured from the old database on November 4, 2013. Records added to the old database between November 4, 2013 and February 10, 2014 have been lost.

Existing members will need to reset their password to gain access to their records. This step is critical as your old password will not work. Once you’ve reset your password, you’ll be able to log in and set your current password to be the same value as your previous password, or any value you choose.

Resetting your password requires that your existing record have a valid email address. When reset, a temporary password will be sent to your email address of record. Once the new password is received, you will need to log in, using the Log In menu item located under the Members menu. Once logged in, please update your password and security settings using the Change Security Settings menu item located under the Members menu. This procedure is described in Article #1 that is located on the Current News page.

If you are unable to reset your password, due to an outdated email address, please use the Contact Idaho ARES form, located under the Idaho ARES menu, to request assistance. Please provide your call sign, a current email address and a phone number in any correspondence that requests assistance with resetting your password.

Modification of records that occurred with the old database between November 4, 2013 and February 10, 2014 have been lost. Any member that modified records during this time period will need to re-enter their changes.

There is a possibility that data migration to the new databases introduced errors into your membership records. Once you are able to log in, please check your profile, qualifications, equipment lists and capabilities and apply any updates that may be necessary.

New Idaho ARES registrants do not need to reset their password.

Click here for a set of discrete instructions on how to perform the password reset process.

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