Description of problem:
I have 2-factor authentication enabled. In the 'Online Accounts' part of Settings, a warning triangle for the Google account says "Credentials have expires. Sign in to enable this account." so I clicked the Sign In button. After entering my password and verification code and clicking 'Accept', the log-in window was closed but the warning triangle remains shown.
journalctl -e shows:
Jul 29 08:51:20 rubik gnome-session: 08:51:20.263::[DEBUG]: Stored keyring credentials for identity: account_1391366859_6 [goautils.c:326, goa_utils_store_credentials_for_id_sync()]
Jul 29 08:51:20 rubik goa: secret_password_lookup_sync() returned NULL [goautils.c:244, goa_utils_lookup_credentials_sync()]
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Happens every time at the moment.
Deleting the account from Online Accounts and re-adding it made no difference.
After logging out and then logging in again, the account is no longer marked as credentials expired and chat/mail/etc works again.
After 2 days of use, all the accounts ( 1 gmail, 2 exchange 2010, 2 jabber, 2 IRC) disapears from "online accounts" window !
Only google account do not work and can not be activate.
gnome-session: (empathy:20928): eds-WARNING **: edsf-persona-store.vala:2396: Error in address book view query: GDBus.Error:org.gtk.GDBus.UnmappedGError.Quark._g_2dio_2derror_2dquark.Code24: TIMEOUT
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