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You can change the email address in the database.
Navigate to the Database Tools section, and select phpMyAdmin
Can't remember the table for user data, just search for it!
combinations of the domain ID and password but to no avail. I'm not the
developer only the one who maintains the content.
Once you're in, find the Databases section, and click on phpmyadmin. This will open a new window. Click on your database, find the Users table, and browse it. Change the email address for the row where uID=1 to your new email address and save. Make a note of what the uName value for this record is - it may not be "admin" but you may need it to login successfully. Once changed, you should be able to do a password reset.