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  1. Hey.

    A while ago I think I asked for my blog to be deleted, because I had stopped blogging, however, now I'd like to get back into it, yet I can't because my old blog url http://joethompson.wordpress.com/ has been suspended and I can not see any way of reactivating it.

    So, is it possible if you can delete the existance of this wordpress.com url so I can re-register it, or if you can just re-activate it. I will also need to change the main email of the blog account though, because I have changed it since then.

    Thanks.

    P.S: I was wondering if it is possible to register three letter blog url's and if not why then do some blogs have them?

  2. Unfortunetly, deleted blogs are not re-registerable. This is covered in the FAQ under I deleted my blog but now I'd like it back.

    Not sure why there's a three letter rule. I think it was enacted after WP.com was up and running so that might be a reason why some exist. (ie I don't remember it when I started.)

  3. Ah, ok then, that's a shame.

    So, there's no way that you can register a say, three letter wordpress.com subdomain?

  4. Also, I have another blog name that I just realised I had, which is joet. However, this was a very long time ago and I cannot remember the email that I had signed up with wordpress.com. I thought it would be the same as this account I am using now, but it just says that I have entered the wrong email address. Is there anything I can do to recover this account at least?

  5. joethompson - send in a feedback and I'll help you there :)

  6. I'm not sure I understand you when you say "Send in a feedback" If you mean from the WP Admin interface, then I can't, as I cannot log into the account... That is why I need the password resetting. If you are refering to my third post in this thread.

  7. My mistake - send an email to support@wordpress dot com and we'll take it from there.

  8. Alright, thanks for your help.

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