Beginning with an update to my F18/KDE install a week or so back, I can't use evolution. It seems to revolve around not being able to log into my gmail hosted account. In the past, the password was stored on my keyring. Don't know if the keyring became corrupt or if Evolution is no longer asking it for the password, or if the keyring isn't becoming unlocked. I no longer have to manually unlock the keyring, but I understand that the unlocking mechanism was incorporated into the main login. I really am unsure about that, but it's what I've read in my research.
So far, I haven't really found any solid clues as to exactly what is happening.
I don't have anything important on the keyring, just the login to my gmail account.
Do I need to start over with that? How? Is there some obvious thing I'm not seeing?
I'd sure like to stop using the gmail web interface...
---------- Post added at 01:58 AM ---------- Previous post was at 12:52 AM ----------
I used the KDE Wallet Manager to open the wallet and unlock it.
Now, Evolution starts with an error message when it tries to access gmail.
Error While Performing Operation
IMAP command failed: Unknown command z64if7730296yhl.185
It may have nothing to do with the passwords.
---------- Post added at 02:16 AM ---------- Previous post was at 01:58 AM ----------
Can't say which part of authentication was broken, but I started a new Wallet and deleted my gmail profile and recreated it. I was prompted for two passwords (normal) and it's syncing my mail.
---------- Post added at 03:05 AM ---------- Previous post was at 02:16 AM ----------
I had to delete the filters as well. Yuck.