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just noticed my e ticket does not exactly matech the name on my passport

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United just sent me an email with notification of a time change on one of the legs of my trip to Europe. When I got out my e ticket i noticed that the ticket only had my middle initial not my full middle name as my passport does. This may have occurred because when I book as a frequent flyer the web site seems to gather my frequent flyer info....where I have my middle initial listed....and uses that for the ticket.

I am wondering if this may create a problem at check in. Tickets now clearly state that the name on the ticket must exactly match the name on the passport.

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