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git push -u origin --all ---> fatal: Authentication failed

I am new to Bitbucket & I am trying to set up my firest repository. I am following the direction embedded in the wizard and when I get to the point below I get an error.

git push -u origin --all
fatal: Authentication failed

I have imported my ssh key to the account to no avail. When I set up the account I attempted to confirm my e-mail address via the automated e-mail that was sent but I got a message saying it expired. Which was odd since I did in short order. I searched the site for options to resend but I could not find any.

This newbie would appreciate any direction.

Thank You

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Jeff Thomas Atlassian Team Mar 17, 2013

You should be able to resend the validation email here https://bitbucket.org/account/#email-addresses

You might also verify that origin is setup correctly. The command below will show you what it's pointed at.

git remote -v

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