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PROMPTS FOR PASSWORD REPEATEDLY-NOT RETAINED IN MEMORY

I have Outlook 2007 (Windows xp pro) and it has recently started asking for my network password & does not keep it in memory. It asks over & over while I am trying to open my email. I have tried the Microsoft solutions suggested on their website & they have not worked. Thank you for your help. Richard

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  • richard_mais May 13, 2009

    All updates & SP's are up to date. I only wish it was that easy.

    Thanks for trying.

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Have you installed all the updates from Microsoft? This problem keeps bugging sometimes when you are in hurry. I recommend update windows and install appropriate SPs from Microsoft. Then see the result.

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