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To enable password autofill on your iPad or iPhone, go to the Settings icon > Safari > Autofill...
... then slide the "names and passwords" slider to "on".
You can also slide the "use contact info" slider to "on" if you would like web forms filled in with details in your contact card (it will ask you to choose which contact card in the address book is yours when you turn it on.)
Then, when you enter a password in at a website, Safari will ask you whether you want to save it for future autofill.
Bear in mind, of course, Apple's password autofill is a security risk, especially if you don't have a startup password or PIN code on your iPad
Because of the security settings on this site, I cannot access your account to recover your password (sorry).
However, you can reset your password.
Click the "Forgot your password?" link on the login page, then answer your security question. The web site will send a temporary password to your e-mail of record.
After you receive your temporary password, login using this password. Then click the "Change password" link to reset your password to one which you can easily remember.
If the above steps fail to reset your password, please e-mail me.
Thank you, Rick.
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