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    Unhappy Error since gmail password change

    Hi,

    I changed all my password, hotmail & gmail account.
    I update my Zimbra desktop accounts in order to use these new password.

    For the hotmail Account, there is no problem.

    For the gmail account, I receive now a popup which prompt me for a new password, but when I put it, I have a error GDATA.Invalid_credentials.

    BUT : Although I have these error message, Zimbra desktop still manage to retreive new emails from my gmail box, the error seems to appear when I click on the send/receive button.

    I don't want to suppress these account as I have some mail that are no more online.

    PS / It's not a password mistake, I update several other mail client in the mean time with no problem (tablet, phone...)

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    I have the same problem since changing passwords. I think it has something to do with calendar and not mail, but hard to tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thombaugh View Post
    I have the same problem since changing passwords. I think it has something to do with calendar and not mail, but hard to tell.
    I changed password in the Setup page, and still got the error, but when I restarted (completely) the error has gone away.

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