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redridinghood

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We are trying to establish e-mail accounts using Microsoft Office Outlook 2003. I have contacted our ISP, who is a DSL with broadband, and set up the account names and passwords but I keep getting error messages. The ISP checked on their end and said everything is o.k. We all have separate computers and the only thing linking us together is the DSL. Other than that we are not networked in any other way. :confused: The annoying Enter Network Password dialogue box keeps popping up and will not go away. It has appeared on all the computers we are trying to set up e-mail accounts on. Our router Link D1-707P says it doesn't have a password. We do have more than 1 user on the computers. Does the account need to be established on the system adm level but I wouldn't think that because it still doesn't work on the boss's computer. I tried MSN tech support no help.
 

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I can't find a Link D1-707P router. Is it maybe a D-Link DI-707P?

Do you have internet access on these computers? Or is the "Enter Network Password" to establish a DSL connection?
 

redridinghood

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We do have internet access to the computers. We do not need a password for our internet.
I guess the question is what is "Network Password" and why all of a sudden does it appear when we tried to implement our e-mail through our Microsoft Outlook.
 
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