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Subscribe to Working Group Email Lists

To join working group email lists or find more information about list policies and related procedures, please visit the VVSG Working Group Lists page.

Activate TWiki Account

To Activate Your TWiki Account

  1. Open your email.
  2. Identify email from the Voting TWiki Administrator inviting you to login with a temporary password and to reset your password.
  3. Click the “Reset Password” link (
  4. The Reset Password Page will be displayed.
  5. Enter Username in 1st text field.
  6. Enter Current Password in 2nd text field.
  7. Click “Logon”.
  8. A change password screen is displayed.
  9. Enter Username in 1st text field (should usually be automatically filled-in).
  10. Enter Current Password in 2nd text field.
  11. Enter New Password in 3rd text field.
  12. Enter New Password, again, in 4th text field (to confirm it).
  13. Click “Change password” button.
  14. Your password has now been changed to New Password.
  15. Click “OK”.
  16. Click “Voting”.
  17. The Voting TWiki home page should now be displayed and you should be logged into the TWiki with your new password and username.


  1. You only need to activate your Voting TWiki account one time. Then it will give you access to participate with all groups.
  2. For additional information about this process, please see the User Help Pages or User Training Videos.

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