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If you're having trouble logging in with SSO, we'd recommend contacting the moderator of the site in question. Because SSO sites have a completely different account system from Disqus, the site moderator will be able to better assist you as they have access to the user database you're trying to sign into
- If you're seeing the error "The e-mail address you specified is already in use" when trying to login, make sure you're using the login buttons or the login dropdown to login. The field shown outlined in red in the following image is for registration only.
- If you're still having trouble logging in as outlined above, please see our Login Help documentation for more troubleshooting steps.