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Outlook 2002 Network Password problems

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by thptrek, Sep 22, 2004.

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  1. thptrek

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    My Outlook 2002 keeps asking me to Enter Network Password. I have the remember my password box checked but this box keeps popping up everytime I try to do a send/receive. The box pops up whenever the machine tries to do an unattended automatic send/receive. Any reason on why this keeps popping up? Thanks.
     
  2. dmozur

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  3. Rockn

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    It will normally only prompt you when the password is incorrect. Clear the save password check box and try again. Have you changed email passwords recently?
     
  4. dmozur

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    Am having same problem. Have you resolved your problem yet ? if so, how did you resolve it ?
    Dave
     
  5. claypool

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    i have the same problem can anyone out there help....
     
  6. Blitze105

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    I do not use the program. However.. type in the password manually, then... look in your options/settings.. look for settings about the main password and uncheck it. Then re start the program, do the same thing but check the password setting, then make sure there is no where to type in the correct password. If there is, do that then try. Sorry i do not use the program.. it was just a guess.
    -blitze
     
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