Created attachment 923438 [details]
Gnome keyring's message even though the password is correct.
Description of problem:Gnome keyring pops up asking for my gmail account password to store it. I type the password but gnome keyring says it is the wrong password. Before gnome keyring did not pop up at all.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): Last stable version of Gnome, with the gnome keyring of that version as provided by Fedora 20.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open Online Accounts, add a google account.
2.Notice that the account is added automatically and works well with both evolution, documents, and empathy.
4.At every reboot the gnome keyring will pop up asking for the gmail password
5. Enter the password. A message will come it is the wrong password despite the password being correct.
6. Just click cancel
7. Reboot, gnome keyring will pop up again.
Actual results: Gnome keyring pops up every time after reboot or even sometimes when without a reboot. It does not recognize the password and can't store it.
Expected results: Gnome keyring should not pop up at all. It is completely unneccessary.
I filed a duplicate bug as bug 1126153 because I think this one is filed against the wrong component.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1126153 ***