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hi every time l log on to my imac and mack book proo i get this message how to stop it?

Allowing applications to access your keychain
Applications that use passwords canít retrieve a password from your keychain without your permission. When a message asks you to confirm access to your keychain, you see several options:

Deny:
Deny prevents access, so youíll have to provide the password yourself.

Allow Once:
Allow Once grants access this time only.

Always Allow:
Always Allow lets the application always retrieve the password without asking.
If you want to allow an application, such as Mail, to access your keychain without asking for a password, you can select this option in Keychain Access.
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