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asp:CreateUserWizard - stop users from registering accounts with duplicate email addresses

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We have an issue with our system where many users have different accounts and get confused
we'd like to stop users from trying to register a new account if the email address has previously be registered

is there anyway to do this on the <asp:CreateUserWizard control?

thanks
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Try this in your web.config file just change connectionstring name with your's

Web.Config should be in the root of your application

set requiresUniqueEmail="true"

For example refer below forum link

Link : http://forums.asp.net/p/1117970/1738068.aspx#1738068
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