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Yes Rick I am using Oauth2 in all four units, everything is setup
the SAME the Pi gives incorrect "validation" as a response.
Thanks for responding though.
On 12/10/19 10:12 AM, Rick Harkins
Oauth2 is the key. If your client supports it,
then you don't need the app password. Not many clients support
On Tue, Dec 10, 2019, 10:07 AM
Martin Cooper <kd6yam@...
say when you do and don't need this, but I set up
Thunderbird (v 68.2.1) on a Xubuntu system just a few days
ago, asked it to add my GMail account, and it did so
without any fuss at all, and without any application
passwords. What you need to do is make sure the
authentication method is set to OAuth2.
To use Gmail with anything other than your
browser, you need to create an application-specific
password in your Google account.
Here's a good explanation of how to do
You could also do a Google search for
'application specific password for gmail'.
On Sun, Dec 8, 2019,
6:35 PM Marty Hartwell <mhartwe@...
I have my Raspberry Pi4 with 4GB in the setup stage
trying to get it to
to my Gmail account. Has anyone tried this and got it
to work. Also I am
to connect my Gmail account to the Thunderbird
installed from the
I have it setup the same as on my other PC's but it
comes back with invalid
name and password. Yet is correct, any ideas on
either, I thought it
might be nice
to give Claws a shot Thunderbird is a little bloated