Re: [Geary] how Geary stores the password in the gnome keyring

No, I'm asking why the script below can't access the password stored by Geary on Gnome keyring, while it can access the password stored by Evolution (I didn't test Evolution, I'm just reporting what I've been told).

I understand that it's a weird question to be asked here.
I just wondered if you had some ideas about it...

Il mer, mar 5, 2014 at 8:23 , Jim Nelson <jim yorba org> ha scritto:
I'm not sure what your question is, Federico.  Are you asking why Geary doesn't use Evolution's passwords in the GNOME Keyring?

-- Jim

On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 9:26 AM, Federico Bruni <fede inventati org> wrote:

as geary doesn't support GPG yet, I'm using mutt as alternative when I need to write/read encrypted emails.
By default mutt asks always the password of the account each time I launch it. I've tried using this script to use gnome keyring:

The author of the script told me that it works fine for him, who lets the script use the password stored by Evolution in the gnome keyring. So he suggested that my problem might be related to the way Geary stores it.

In Seahorse I see in the properties of the password:
Access: org.yorba.geary imap_username:fede inventati org



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