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Here's a great tip or suggestion.

I propose that a question being asked should find some relevance in the answers presented.

In my last two inquiries there has been zero relevance, even when scrolling down three pages. Not even a smidgen of relevance. this too has been the problem with finding my account's password since Firefox Lockwise took a hold of it. I dare you to prove me wrong.

Perhaps you should align yourself with the google or yahoo search companies.

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hello cvmenn,


  1. Click the Firefox Account icon in the toolbar.
  2. Click Turn on Sync.
  3. On the Sign in page, click Forgot password? ...
  4. Follow the instructions in your reset email to change your password.

5. After signing in with your new password, remember to update your password on each of your synced devices.

for more information:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/ive-lost-my-firefox-sync-account-information

I hope resolve the problem.

Thank you

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Hi cvmenn, the basic search on this site is terrible, but as a frequent user, you've probably noticed that before.

Try using the Advanced Search feature and use quotation marks around phrases. Since the default connect is OR, use + where you want an AND instead.

https://support.mozilla.org/search/advanced

For example, to find support question threads with the phrase "facebook container":

https://support.mozilla.org/search/advanced?q=%22facebook+container%22&sortby=0&a=1&w=2

To search this site via Google, of course, you can use the site: feature. For example, to find support question threads with the phrase "facebook container":

"facebook container" site:support.mozilla.org/en-us/questions

(You can try site: with other languages, but U.S. English seems to be the most indexed.)