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Windows 7: outlook 2003 keeps asking for network paswords

20 May 2015   #1
trinaz

Windows 7 Pro 64bit SP1
 
 
outlook 2003 keeps asking for network paswords

This has happened before but can't quite remember how I fixed it. My Outlook 2003 keeps popping up windows as attached jpg show asking for network passwords ? Is there a way to stop this and/or what is causing this ?

This is happening when outlook checks for new email...

Thanks....TiminAz




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22 May 2015   #2
akjudge

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

I no longer have Outlook 2003, but Outlook has not changed much over the last several additions...

Try this: Open Outlook then go to Tools > Options > Mail Setup Tab > E-mail Accounts > click on your email account to highlight it > then Change (or Edit) > Internet E-mail Settings will appear. This contains the incoming & outgoing mail servers (pop.west.cox.net in your case). There will be a check box "Remember password". Put a check in this then save changes.

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