This is because the Keychain is only secured with your original admin password, and cannot be accessed with the new password for security reasons. After 3-4 times it finally accepts the password and begin to receive e-mails. Mail keeps asking both keychain and mail passwords, and it does not accept any of my passwords. If one of the solutions above doesn't work, move on to the next steps. Reset Keychain Password Using Another Admin Account If you know the name and password of an admin account on your Mac, you can use that account to reset the password. By letting Keychain store this sensitive information, you only need to remember one master password to unlock the password manager. Delete that account's login keychain.
Living in the internet era equals having tons of accounts on tons of different services. And the worst idea is to use the same password for all of your accounts. You need to restart after the process is done and log in with your new password. On the next screen tap Add Credit Card, then type in your credit card information. Keychain Access lists all your passwords including apps and websites 3. For people who live in the Apple ecosystem, Keychain is the default password manager.
This is the password you're now using to log in to your Mac. I am having the same problem. It still asking the password while opening the first web page. This happens because the passwords for your user account and login keychain no longer match. Try entering a wrong password three times. If you happen to remember the old login password, you can click the Update Keychain Password button.
In fact, there are several ways to do that. Your keychain holds frequently used passwords, so creating a new keychain usually means you'll have to resupply passwords for some services you use, including email accounts and some websites you've set up for automatic login. Choose Log Out from the Apple menu to return to the login screen. But is is not predictable that how many times it will ask the password, and mail is working very very slowly. Probably you are just prompted to do that at startup after Mac admin password reset, such as on Yosemite, or constantly asked to enter the keychain password after Mac login.
Your password will then be visible in the login item detail pop up, allowing you to write it down or copy it in plain text to paste into the website it belongs to. There are also rare occasions where your Mac keeps asking for the login keychain password. I have a maxbook air 1. Restart Mac and hold on Command + S to enter single user mode. Then you should be good to go with a blank new keychain.
Relying on your memory alone is equal to inviting hell while writing the passwords on scraps of papers is even a worse idea. I write, but it asks again and again. If you reset the keychain after resetting the administrator password, you'll simply have to re-enter your passwords for the various services and applications until they are all stored as part of the new keychain. At the bottom of the window, check Show password to reveal the password in plain text View more details about the item, such as the account name and password 6. Choose Log Out from the Apple menu. I tried most of these other fixes, and a bunch off of other websites but nothing worked, so last ditch effort, worked like champ, no more messages.
Fortunately, Apple users have the trusted as their password manager. Your account password and login keychain password now match again. If you need to make any changes to it, just tap the card you need, enter in your passcode, tap Edit, then make the appropriate changes or delete the card. If you want to find more password management options, open the Mac App Store and search for the word password. If you are tired of using Keychain, you can't miss this and manager. It is asking it only in the beginning, for the first web page, but I can survive with it. Here's how I fixed it.
Select your username from the list of users. This article shows you how to use Keychain Access to view all the passwords stored on your computer. If you aren't you can use Recovery Mode on your Mac to open the Reset Password utility. Regardless of which happens, would help you access Keychain again. This only works if this feature is enabled to begin with. A new login keychain will recollecting and storing the passwords for Wi-Fi networks, email accounts, Web sites, and other logins as they occur. A warning message will display, telling you that resetting the password will cause a to be created.
It is not sending even an empty message. You can either use the code you've set up to lock your device or create a different one. It's impossible to remember each and every password that you have. Then enter the passcode you created, then verify the action. This option creates a nearly empty keychain file that is accessed using your new password. Additionally, my mail is completely crashed.