and I forgot what the fix was.<br><br>Several IMAP e-mail accounts running in my mail.app. A week ago my dot mac account now wants my password entered every morning. This happened a couple years ago but I forgot how to fix it. Hard to search for the answer. All should work, Told to remember and add to key chain<br><br>Is there a gentle way to do this without tossing my keychain and entering all my passwords? Rebuild something. Delete one plist?<br><br>It's only annoying but the dang dialog box can hang a background process I am running at night. (These are wire exposed apps cruncing data and don't know what a mail.app is.)<br><br><br>.<br><br><br><br>
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Did you try to look for the username & password for that specific account in the keychain? It should present you with a list of all remembered accounts, and you can select the account to inspect.<br><br>www.waleedsgallery.biz<br>
Repaired permissions and on a very short list there were a few secure logs that needed -rw------- changed to -rw-r----- <br>Maybe mail.app couldn't read a log so farted in my direction?<br><br>I poked into the place walzuhair suggested and you suggested. Those two pokes and a repair permission and I bet it is gone.<br><br>I will report back in the morning. <br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
This mac e-mail account is still asking me for the password every morning. It is one of those things that is going to drive me crazy because I always have to stop and think (I hate that), "Is this a program infesting my computer that is harvesting my passwords?"<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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