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== What is UMAMI? ==
== What is UMAMI? ==
Revision as of 00:12, 15 June 2012
What is UMAMI?
UMAMI is the Universal Multi-game AIE Membership Interface. It is the unified system for applying to join any game organization (guild, corp, etc.) under the Alea Iacta Est umbrella.
UMAMI currently allows you to do the following.
- Submit a new application to join an in-game organization.
- Check on the status of an application you've submitted.
We are also planning to add the following functions to UMAMI within the near future.
- Create accounts and manage passwords for services like the Wiki and Jabber.
- Join mailing lists.
- Submit help requests.
UMAMI can be accessed at the following location.
If you have never submitted an application to any AIE division, or have only submitted a pre-seed application in SWtOR, you will need to create a new account.
SWtOR is a special case since the actual character names were created after people applied during the pre-seed period. Since we had no record of the actual character names, they could not be imported into UMAMI.
If you applied using one of our old application systems, you probably have a login in UMAMI. The login IDs were generated automatically using the name of one of your characters or hints that you may have provided when we solicited login names prior to the introduction of UMAMI.
If you do not know your login ID or forget your password, you can use the password reset form to remedy the situation.
If we don't have a login for you, just create a new one and send e-mail to the officers to let us know your new ID and the names of some of your other characters so we can get them associated to your new ID.
Send e-mail to the officers to have your login ID, e-mail address, or any character names changed or fixed.
If you have a problem, please send e-mail to the officers or open a trouble ticket on our support site. Do not put any personal or sensitive information in a trouble ticket, the tickets are publicly viewable.