Sourcetree continously asking for password to bitbucket.org

Hi,

Sourcetree keeps asking the password to login to bitbucket.org, even though I don't have any repository in bitbucket.

I can log in just fine to bitbucket.org with my username/password, but sourcetree keeps asking again and again every 10 minutes. In the dialog I can't edit the user name either. How can I get rid of this message?

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Go to View > Show Hosted Repositories, and see if you have a Bitbucket account entered there. If you aren't using any Bitbucket repositories on this machine, it is safe to delete that account from sourcetree.

I don't have any hosted repository

If you don't have any "hosted repositories", and none of your repositories have a Bitbucket remote, then I can't think of any reason why SourceTree would be asking you for bitbucket.org credentials.

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