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2007 Outlook prompts for password after yahoo change password

Q: 2007 Outlook prompts for password after yahoo change password

Hello,
I just changed my Yahoo email password, and signed in via IE and works fine.
Then I went into my Outlook 2007 Yahoo email account and changed the password.
However when I try to send/receive email from outlook on the Yahoo account it pops up requesting the password.
I have removed the account and set it up again but problem is the same.
Any ideas please?
Many thanks imk

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Our Windows 7 users are prompted when their passwords will expire in 14 Days, however They are not forced to change thier password before it expires. If the users ignore the expiration warning they can only get logged into the network after having the helpdesk
reset thier password.
Is there a way to force Windows 7 users to change thier passwords on the day it expires. Our WinXP users get the 14 day warning and are forced to change thier passwords on day 14.
I have the GPO configured to notifiy users when thier passwords will expire in 14 days
Thank you,
Glen

A:Windows 7 Expired Password - Recvd Warning prompts but not forced to change password

Hi,
 
After applying above settings, the user can change the password by default at the expire day. Please create a new domain profile and test the issue on several Windows
7 machines. Can the user be enforced to change password at expire day? If not, please refer to the following steps to collect the information for research.
 
1. On the DC, open GPMC, right-click Group Policy Results, choose Group Policy Results Wizard, follow the wizard to collect a Group Policy result for problematic
Windows 7 client.
 
2. On the Windows 7 machine where GPO failed to apply, please perform the following steps to collect log files:
 
a) Please add the specified registry key to enable group policy log (%windir%\debug\usermode\gpsvc.log), and remove or rename it to disable group policy log after
collecting data. You may need to create the Diagnostics key if it is not there.
 
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Diagnostics
 
Type: DWORD

Value: GPSvcDebugLevel

Data: 0x30002 (hexadecimal)
 
b) Then on the problematic Win7 machine, run command “gpupdate /force”.

c) Then on the problematic Win7 machine, run command “gpresult /v > gpr_win7.txt”, send me gpr_win7.txt file.

d) On the problematic Win7 machine, run command “eventvwr”, then expand to Applications and service logs -> Microsoft -> windows -> groupPolicy
-> Operational. Right-click on it and ... Read more

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Hey all...

I have a user connected to a Win NT 4 domain via a Win98 PC. I changed her network login ID and now when she tries to open Outlook Express, it will open and show her her mailboxes and the message list, but when she clicks a message to read it, it prompts her for a password. It's not her network or email password, neither of those work. If she logs in using her old network login, she doesn't get prompted for a password to see her messages.

I upgraded her to the latest version of OE and that didn't help.
We are not running Exchange or any other internal e-mail server.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance!
 

A:Outlook Express prompts for password

Which password do you have in Tools>Accounts>Mail>Properties>Servers?
 

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Hello everyone!
I am running Windows XP and Outlook 2003. I subscribe to Comcast as a my internet provider and recently was gullible enough to install the Constant Guard / Norton system Suite they were pushing to their customers. It brought my computer to it's knees and neither Comcast or Symantec would help. Symantec actually told me to uninstall and reinstall. Which I did, silly me. Still had problems and it blocks me from logging in to work server. So I uninstalled it again. NOW I cannot access my email through Outlook! I can access it fin thru Comcast's web site but removed all of my contacts when THEY got a virus this week that sent out 50 emails to people and ticked them off. So..... I called Comcast about my email and the air head told me that my modem was receiving their signal so I should be fine. And they don't support Outlook, the end. Nice! Can anyone help me? And can anyone recommend a good free antivirus program other than AVG? I appreciate your help! Thx, frustrated in Oregon
 

A:Outlook 2003 prompts for another password after initial log in

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Doea someone know how to do this please? It's vital that I do it as soon as possible. Please help. Will explain more when I

have more time. Thank you.
 

A:Change password Yahoo email.

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I cannot get my.yahoo.com to accept my password changes with the website. Since the announcement of the data breach last week, I have changed my password .... oh, probably 20 times. The website is customize-able and I use it for so many things: news reader, blog reader, what sports teams are playing today, investments ... you get the picture.
Each time I change my password, I can get into myyahoo customized pages, but then the password will not work for any future logins, even one minute later.
I have searched all over and can't find the answer to this on Yahoo's help pages or forums. It seems others are having the same problem, both with Yahoo email and with my.yahoo.com. I'm not concerned with the email login - I don't use Yahoo email.
Can anyone help?

Here's my SysInfo ......

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M 380 @ 2.53GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 37 Stepping 5
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 3893 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics, 1722 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 288791 MB, Free - 211646 MB; D: Total - 16148 MB, Free - 1990 MB;
Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard, 1693
Antivirus: Norton Security Suite, Updated and Enabled
 

A:my.yahoo.com won't recognize password change

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Hello, everyone!
how are you??
I wanted to change my yahoo account password I use on msn messenger but I couldn't find a way!
I have changed the yahoo password on yahoo and it changed when I log in to yahoo website to the new password
but when I use my yahoo account on msn messenger I have to use the old password!
how can I change the yahoo password for msn messenger as well????

Thanks a lot!
 

A:Help: How to change Yahoo password on MSN messenger!?

The password for Messenger is seperate from your Yahoo password, even though the email addy is the same. You can change your Windows Live Messenger pass by signing in to Windows Live here - https://accountservices.passport.net/ppnetworkhome.srf?vv=450&lc=1033
Next, click on "Settings" then click on "Change" alongside Password
 

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Hi All,
This began last night. I went to check my yahoo e-mail account as usual, via my Firefox bookmark, and a window came up saying "We believe your account has been compromised" and asked me to create a new password. I was able to proceed to my Yahoo e-mail but was warned that I was at risk if I did so.

So far I have done an Avast boot-time scan of everything, no infection, Malwarebytes scan of everything, no infection, looked over my zonealarm logs, checked Belarc to see if security is up to date (it is), cleared the cache several times and logged into Yahoo via other means than the bookmark. The same window comes up each time.

Thinking about this, I opened an e-mail a few days ago from a friend who is traveling in Thailand. It was from her real account but it was clear her account has been infected when I opened the e-mail, which turned out to be spam. I am wondering if this somehow has now infected my Yahoo account. There was a delay of several days between opening her e-mail and then getting the Yahoo password window.

This has never happened to me before on any account so I want to make sure that the request from Yahoo is legitimate before I enter my password. Part of me wonders, if my account IS compromised, how do I know that this request will not lead to further problems. Googling this issue or reading within Yahoo help basically yields a variety of responses from different people, from "this is spam" to "this is legitimately from Yahoo.... Read more

A:Yahoo mail wants me to change my password

I received a notice something like this several months ago. Don't remember the exact wording.
About the time Yahoo started pushing the new version of mail or maybe a little before.
I changed my password and everything , on the desktop seems fine. Even upgraded to the new version when I had to. The lap top however will not sign into that account anymore. rejects password or something. I have even copied the log in info I use for the desktop to a flash drive and cut and pasted to log in screen on laptop. Still can't do it. Made a new account on laptop and that works fine but still cannot sign in to old account on the laptop. Weird

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I have an sbcglobal.net account which ATT will not let me change since i have not had an ATT account in years. Tech support can not identify me to their satisfaction so I can neither open the account or change it's password. It was working fine until today, 11/17/2012. I was in the account selected check mail. A window opened asking for confirmation of my password. The password was not accepted and ATT will not change it for me.
 

A:Yahoo Mail password change not allowed by ATT

http://www.techguy.org/rules.html : Passwords - Please do not ask for assistance with (or ways to bypass) a forgotten or unknown password, personal identification number (PIN) or any other type of access code that may be required on a computer, mobile device or web site. As there is no way to verify the actual situation or intent, no assistance will be provided and any such threads will be closed.
 

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Recently I got a email from "Mail Delivery System <[email protected]>" in which it said that the email that I was trying to send was not send, and the email content was typical SPAM ("Hi, Look what I've just found for you, you'll be surprised, more info here <Spam link here> ") . So I got worried and tried to change my password but when I go to Yahoo account info --> Account security, and click on change password nothing happens just the page reloads.
 
Just scanned my pc with malwarebytes no malware found. 
 
PS In the recent activity of Yahoo info I have my account connected to several email applications that are from different countries.

A:My Yahoo email trying to send spam / Cant change the password

Hi,
 
If you are using the same computer that got hit by the TeslaCrypt infection I suggest you post on the Am I infected? What do I do? section of the forum to make sure the computer is clean.
 
 
If possible use another computer and try to reset the Yahoo password using this link https://login.yahoo.com/forgot?
 
 
 

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whenever i try to open outlook 2007, it keeps asking me for my password, even though i have checked the box to remember my password. Everything was working fine yesterday, but for some reason it just started doing this. What's gone wrong?

btw...i reset my password and set up a new account. It still does the same thing, just keeps asking for my password.
 

A:Outlook 2007 keeps asking for password

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Hi guys,
 
I am trying to set up my wife's new machine and am using W8 and Outlook 2007 to retrieve emails from her SBC Global account.  I believe I have all the settings correct, ports, pop3, smtp, etc.  But Outlook keeps asking for her password time after time.  A few seconds apart if I enter it (again) and click ok, or each time it checks for new messages if I clicked cancel.  I called ATT and they cannot really help me without me paying for it and also since Outlook is not their application.  Any advice?

A:Outlook 2007 keeps asking for password

I am troubleshooting an AT&T email client acount this afternoon; dealing with Outlook 2007. What I understand is that AT&T uses Yahoo so maybe it is the free account that is used instead of Plus? Won't know til later but if no posts are made by then I will gladly share my findings.... In the meantime try this:
http://help.yahoo.com/kb/index?page=content&id=SLN3773&locale=en_US&y=PROD_MAIL_ML
 

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Yesterday I changed the password in Outlook 2007 for greater reliability, but forgot to check the option to save the password. Today, the whole day I can not remember it and do not know how to recover.
Advise who knows some way?

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Why does Outlook 2007 periodically prompt me for my password? How can I stop it?

A:Outlook 2007 Password

Hi NewfGuy;
This article should help
Stop Outlook/Outlook Express Asking For Your Password Every Time | Desktop Wallpaper | Windows Tools, Help & Guides

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I am on a domain, so as soon as I log onto my computer, I am automatically logged into e-mail. When I open Outlook 2007 it doesn't prompt for password. Is there anyway to change it so that it does ask for my password? Any help would be appreciated.
 

A:Solved: Outlook 2007 Password

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Outlook 2007 has siomehow 'lost' the administrator password so now it is impossible for me to update/change certain settings. I uninstalled/reinstalled and the old data was still there, still asking me for a non-existant password. This is madening, anyone have any ideas short of a total reboot? By the way the porgram is backed up on an office server, if that helps.

Thanks

Rick
 

A:Outlook 2007 Administrator password

if it's backed up on the server, can't you just ask your IT department to assist? We generally don't assist with passwords here as we cannot discern the actual meaning behind it.

thanks,

v
 

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I've just changed the password to my e-mail address thru the server website. I have changed it on MS Outlook by going to tools > account settings > selecting the e-mail account > and clicking change. However, the new password will not save. I have entered the new password correctly multiple times and made sure "remember password" is saved. I can still login thru the server website.
 
I am running MS Outlook 2007 on Windows XP.
 
Thanks in advance!  

A:MS Outlook 2007 not saving new password

Are you running MS Office, with Outlook as part of Office...or are you running the standalone version of Outlook?
 
Louis

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I have been using Outllok 2007 for sometime now and have encountered no probs until I recently added two more mail accounts (POP3).

These accounts are basically just aliases from my main ISP provided account (personal account). I have set them up as seperate accounts in Outlook so I can send directly from them (as they are for my businesses that I run from home) and doesnt display my normal personal address in the senders field.

The issue I am having is that Outlook consistantly prompts me for my network password even tho I have clicked "Remember..." everytime.

Interestingly enough when I click on manual Send/Recieve it doesnt ask me

I hope this makes sense... I not sure how best to explain it all!

BTW I found a hotfix on Microsoft about this type of problem and it being a registry issue. I followed their step by step walkthrough but still no joy!

Thanks

Gareth
 

A:Outlook 2007 Password Issue

hi...
In settings you can check the domain name is correct or wrong..

or else remove the account and try to recreate
after that you can check it and reply back.
 

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I am running a laptop with Windows Vista. I have Outlook 2007 and it has been running fine for the past year. Just today I got a request from AVG to update software, which I did. Now whenever Outlook goes to check my email it comes up with a box showing me the email account name and password. These items are filled in already. If I click on the okay button it keeps coming up with the same box asking to enter the account name and password. Nothing changes if I reenter the password or click on the save password.

I believe this is related to the recent AVG update but can not find any suggestion on how to fix it.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Kevin
 

A:Outlook 2007 asks for password

Kevin, give a try with great caution:

1. Close Outlook
2. Open Windows Explorer (Type Windows Explorer in Start Search box)
3. Go to C:\users\(username)\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Protect (username would be the person's Windows login username)
4. In the Protect folder, you would find a single file with very lengthy alpha numeric name
5. Rename that file by adding 'old' or 'corrupt' at the end of the existing file name
6. Now reopen Outlook, type the password and check the 'Remember my password' box

All the best!
 

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My wife has forgotten her Outlook 2007 password and of course, the one she had written down is incorrect. I need to load her email account on my tablet, but we can't located her password. Is there a way to retrieve it?
 

A:Forgotten Outlook 2007 Password

My wife has forgotten her Outlook 2007 password and of course, the one she had written down is incorrect.Click to expand...

I don't know Outlook, but if the password you are talking about is similar to Thunderbird's "Security Device password" you are out of luck.

I need to load her email account on my tablet, but we can't located her password.Click to expand...

Now you're talking about the account password, right? There is probably a way to reset it, but that depends, of course, on the email provider's method.
 

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Please could anybody direct me to where Outlook stores/hides the e-mail password on the hard drive.
I am trying to add my mobile to receice my e-mails, like most people I log on automatically and the password iremains hidden.It has been over ten years since I set it up and I cannot for the life of me remeber the original password, (old age sucks!) and the piece of paer that I wrote it down on has long since dissappeared

Network Solutions suggested I simply change my password and would not e-mail the original but by using this method I could lose some important e-mails and it would mean doing this on all of my computers.

Thank you for any helpful suggestions

Roy
 

A:Outlook 2007 e-mail password

We are unable to help with passwords on this forum, sorry
http://www.techguy.org/rules.html

the original but by using this method I could lose some important e-mails Click to expand...

Not sure why changing the password to the account would lose emails ??? But as they are the ISP I would follow there advice
 

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My Outlook 2007 regularly, but not always, asks me for the password even whilst it downloads or sends emails. I either cancel the pop up or accept and sometimes the pop up box goes away and at other times it stays. It does not seem to affect the send and receive but its a real nuisance. Access to my BT mail via their email log in page does not have an issue

Any ideas

A:Outlook 2007 password problem

In your Outlook 2007 account settings, is there a checkbox that says " Remember password", or something like that ?
If yes, would you make sure the box was checked ?

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I can't open my Outlook 2007 due to password I've apparently changed. I opened in safe mode and made sure there is no password, but this does not help with Outlook. I need some help on what to do. This is my work computer and nobody in the office knows what to do. We have no network administrator. I seemed to have one too many pst files, so the other day I renamed one xxx.old is it a coincidence, but I'm now being asked for a password for a minor pst file (ie not my main one) which has never had a password. Please let me know.
 

A:How can I recover my outlook 2007 password ?

Unfortunately we cannot assist we password requests as per the forum rules which you can find here: http://www.techguy.org/rules.html

Since this is a business computer you should contact your boss or manager to contact the appropriate IT support, there almost certainly is a company that provides IT support in your area or for your company already even if you do not have in-house IT.
Therefore this thread is closed.
 

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I am having a problem using Outlook 2007 and Vista, but can't find any info from Microsoft on that issue. Only XP and Outlook 2003 are mentioned in the article. I went into registry but Vista does not let me make any changes as described in the XP article.

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=290684

Anyone have this issue?
 

A:Outlook 2007 not saving password

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I'm lost -- Outlook 2007 -- keep getting a dialog box asking for my username and password - when entered it ask again and again. I checked everything and it should be OK - tried rebooting -no effect -- repaired the connection string - no effect. This has worked for a long time and now is going south.

Any help would be appreciated.

thanks
 

A:outlook 2007 - keeps asking for pop3 password

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Outlook 2007, 12.0.6680-5000, SP3 12.0.6683.5000
This is a simple home PC, single user with nothing but a cable modem between me and the internet.

I have two mail accounts, one POP roadrunner account and one IMAP AOL account.
It has periodically started asking for my AOL password, and changing the PW would solve it for months before it started again. This time it just isn't satisfied with that solution and asks frequently, but not every time, it automatically gets mail. Sometimes it appears it's trying the wrong PW and I re-enter it and it's okay for a few downloads. Other times, I just click "Remember" and it's happy for an hour or two. It is set to download every 15 minutes. The Roadrunner account never has this issue.

After searching, the best reply I can find is this:
Stop Outlook/Outlook Express Asking For Your Password Every Time | Windows Vista | Windows Tools, Help & Guides

It refers to Vista and XP, so I hesitated to start following the steps. Is there a more current fix? Or a better idea?

Thanks,

Rusty

A:Outlook 2007 prompting for password

  
Quote: Originally Posted by RknRusty


Outlook 2007, 12.0.6680-5000, SP3 12.0.6683.5000
This is a simple home PC, single user with nothing but a cable modem between me and the internet.

I have two mail accounts, one POP roadrunner account and one IMAP AOL account.
It has periodically started asking for my AOL password, and changing the PW would solve it for months before it started again. This time it just isn't satisfied with that solution and asks frequently, but not every time, it automatically gets mail. Sometimes it appears it's trying the wrong PW and I re-enter it and it's okay for a few downloads. Other times, I just click "Remember" and it's happy for an hour or two. It is set to download every 15 minutes. The Roadrunner account never has this issue.

After searching, the best reply I can find is this:
Stop Outlook/Outlook Express Asking For Your Password Every Time | Windows Vista | Windows Tools, Help & Guides

It refers to Vista and XP, so I hesitated to start following the steps. Is there a more current fix? Or a better idea?

Thanks,

Rusty


I wouldnt hesitate to follow those steps; because even though it says its for Vista and XP; the principles should be generally the same as well. Especially because it says its for Vista also; as Vista is generally the same as Windows 7 with a few minor exceptions.

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I have Outlook 2007 running on my windows PC which is running Vista. For some strange reason when I now launch Outlook, it does NOT prompt me for any of my .pst datafile passwords, and just loads everything to the screen for access ?? How can this have changed ? kind regards.. Joe
 

A:Outlook 2007 pst password probelm

You have set things to remember yourpasswords.
 

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how can I add a password so when I start up Outlook 2007 No one can see my in box.
Only when I enter the password I can see it?
 

A:How can I add a password so when I start Outlook 2007 No one can see my inbox

Most users just password protect their Windows logon Username (ie not Outlook)
I think it would be much easier to do this by having your own Windows passworded account
 

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Hello,I have Microsoft Outlook 2007 on Windows XP SP3When I open outlook I can see all my e-mails and everything but when it goes to Send/Receive it pops up a window asking for a password. And it has my Server, User name, and then a spot to enter my password, it does this every time it goes to Send/Receive. (See screen shot below, I have removed the User Name and Server for security reasons)I have tried to get my e-mail on various computers using the same settings and it always worked.I know all my settings are right cause I checked them at least 20 times with my host.I go to "Account Settings" and I click "Change..." and under "Login Information" I enter my Password and place a check in the "Remember Password" check box and then click "Next" > "Finish" then once I click on "Change..." again and look under "Login Information" the password is gone but the check in the "Remember password" box is still there.If any one has any information on how to fix this, I would be greatly appreciated.Thanks!

A:Outlook 2007 asks for a password every time...

Your profile on Outlook might be corrupted.You might be interested in this article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290684Note: If Method 1 (creating a new user profile) doesn't work, don't try the other methods without support of an advanced user or technical support! Messing around with registry keys etc. can have bad outcomes if not performed by somebody who understands what he/she is doing.

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I recently ran across the problem of Outlook 2007 not retaining my password on an Exchange account. I found this fix at another website.

"If you are encountering an infuriating problem where Outlook constantly asks you for your password even though you check the “Remember my password” box every single time, then you are in luck because reader Malcolm wrote in with this tip on how to fix the problem.

This fix should theoretically help with Windows Mail as well, but I haven’t been able to verify that yet.

Before you do anything else, close Outlook. You should also note that we’ll be modifying system generated files here, so proceed with caution or not at all.
Open up windows explorer window and then paste the following text into the address bar, which should bring you to a folder with a single folder inside with a really long name.
%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Protect

What you’ll need to do is just rename that folder to something else (I suggest appending -old onto the end of it so that you could easily rename it back if things go wrong)

Now re-open Outlook, and then type in your password hopefully for the last time, making sure to check the box to remember it. You should now see that the original folder was re-created again.

At this point Outlook should remember your passwords, but you can close Outlook and reopen it to make sure. If you encounter problems with this, you can remove the new folder and then rename the -old folder back to t... Read more

A:Outlook 2007 doesn't retain password

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I use Outlook 2007 on a windows 10 pro 64 bit machine. I run PureVPN without causing problems with most of my programs. But Outlook will stop showing images in my emails. I found that IE 11 shows Pure under the connection tab. When I look at the settings
the username is fine but the password has expanded to 16 characters. I think it keeps it and then adds it again for some reason.
I can delete the last 8 characters close settings and things are back to normal with my emails. It will definitely change the password when I reboot but also does it randomly as well. One day it kept adding the 8 characters every few hours but it usually
only happens once a day or every other day. It was not doing this at all until a few months ago. I also have a few apps that cannot use the VPN while others work fine.

IE must import the password from somewhere but I cannot figure out from where. Any ideas of how to resolve this issue?
Thanks
John

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hello , i have facing some problem with my ms office outlook 2007 , every time when i open outlook , they will appear "Enter Network Password" . After put the correctly password , the task appear again.But for sure , i already put the 100% correct password.but still failed , same task "Enter Network Password" appear again.anybody can i help , really need it.
 

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I am using Outlook 2007 with my Windows Vista O/S. Every couple minutes I get a popup asking to "enter network password". Everything has been configured correctly in Outlook, but I can't stop this popup. I have spent hours searching for a solution to no avail.

Can someone please tell me how to get rid of it?
 

A:Enter Network Password - Outlook 2007

Not sure if iam a allowed to post this link but this may help your question. sorry if i did this wrong to the moderators kat
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA101513541033.aspx
 

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Ok - I have searched the forums first and apart from the three things shown in here -
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA101513541033.aspx

None of which have worked - I see that there are many unsolved threads where people have the same issue.

Please will somebody tell me if there is actually a fix for this ( having tried the above link already ) - or am I , and others wasting our time.

Perhaps I will just go back to Incredimail as this is getting SO annoying now.
 

A:Outlook 2007 'enter network password'

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The network password prompt keeps popping up..it is driving me crazy.
can anyone help?

A:outlook 2007 network password prompt

Does this help..?

http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/ou...010151354.aspx

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Hello
I have a backup pst file, with my account details and other info in it, but I forgot my account password and want to know if it is possible to retrieve it via a tool from the pst file in an xml or other format...

Also the problem is that I changed pc, and the one am using has the account settings for another person, and importing my pst file still keeps that previous account name and settings when I view from Tools -> Account settings. This is making me more confused, thus the need to know if I can retrieve the password so that I can manually set my account...
 

A:Retrieve account password from outlook 2007 pst

http://www.slipstick.com/problems/lostpw.asp
 

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Can anyone please please help?????

I’m sending this on behalf of my father, he is 74 and his PC is his lifeline.

If I very briefly explain what he uses the PC for and hopefully will give some clarity, how the importance of this issue is.

He lives and breathes supporting Liverpool Soccer Club here in England, Just in case you don’t know this club is owed by Fenway Sports Group who also owed the Boston Red Sox and over the years through meeting different people and holiday and gathered nearly 300 emails for people who he keeps in contact with sending anything and everything to do with Liverpool FC news. He even arranges for Liverpool fans from all over world trips to see Liverpool play, he organises hotels for them bed & breakfasts and even takes them on little tourist trips around Liverpool itself.
He even buys merchandise for the unlucky people who can’t make the trip to the UK to see Liverpool play, and send it all over the world, but the biggest things about this is that he does all this FOR NOTHING NOT A PENNY / SCENT.

My dad had been on XP and using Outlook express, but after this PC broke down he brought a new with now Windows 7, which obviously does support Outlook Express.
He has been using Outlook 2007 without any problems at all, but for last few 1 month, he has been getting been the a popup box, asking for this email password. It started off, he would just list click ok it would go away and after a while come back. His internet server provider British Te... Read more

A:Outlook 2007 - popup email password

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For no apparent reason when I try and send mail I am now getting a "Logon- pop.mail.yahoo.com" dialog box showing "server smtp.mail.yahoo.com" - with my user name pre-printed and (apparently) my password remembered. The "remember password" box is checked but greyed out. Pressing OK achieves nothing - neither does re-entering the password and clicking OK.

Any ideas ? - no clue why this has happened - never been like it before and now seems I cannot send any mail - when I try to do so the logon and password box pops up - although mail is arriving in my inbox. Seems when the "authorizing"
activity starts - after "connecting" - the server is looking for a password.

Am also getting this error message :
The connection to the server has failed. Account: 'pop.mail.yahoo.com', Server: 'smtp.mail.yahoo.com', Protocol: SMTP, Port: 25, Secure(SSL): No, Server Error: 421, Socket Error: 10061, Error Number: 0x800CCC0E

Also can't work out how to change or reset the password !

Thanks for any help offered as usual .....
 

A:Solved: Outlook Express suddenly asking for a logon password (Yahoo)

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I need to change (at least) my password for my Gmail account.
It is set up to work with Outlook 2007 and I have not had any problems etc.
I do not wan't any problems either through the change etc.
All I can find on the Web is to change the password open Outlook, go to Tools, Account Settings, highlight the Email name and type.
Double Click it takes you to Internet Email Settings and you just change the password there, and then Finish.
Is that all there is?
Does that change my password with Gmail if I ever wanted to log on from another computer and?or does it change the password with other info held by Google?

I am also considering starting a new account (email name) with Google or Gmail.
Is that hard and any advice as I do not wish to lose all the info I already have under my presentb email system.
Thanks heaps.
Possum
 

A:Change Gmail password using Outlook

You need to go to Gmail's website to change your password. Then you'll go into Outlook and enter the new password.

Gmail is a service provided by Google. I'm not sure Google allows you to create a second e-mail address with your same name. I haven't tried it. It would be a completely separate account.
 

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This is happening to me. Through standard and administrator accounts, UAC is prompting for the admin password to continue to open Outlook 2007 on Vista Home Premium. Just started happening when I did a repair on MS office 2007. All other Office apps are working without UAC prompt Word, Excel, etc. A standard user especially should not need admin privilege. Something broke

Do not wish to turn UAC off..

Please help,
-Kid

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We have users on windows 7.  Most of the users are using outlook 2007.   We are on exchange 2007 on windows server 2008 Enterprise and the server resides on our office.  Anybody have any ideas how to figure out why the following happens?
A user will log into their computer just fine.  They launch outlook just fine and are working on the computer for hours.  All of a sudden outlook will prompt them for their username and password.  They can put their username and password in
and continue to work, but it may happen again within a few hours.  I have noticed if we do a ipconfig/ release/renew it has corrected the problem for the rest of the day.  It is so far only about 15 users/pcs who have seen this issue.  We have
replaced a user's pc to see if it fixes the issue, but the issue occured on the new pc as well.

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Hi All,

I'm running Outlook 2007 with Windows 7 on my Dell Vostro 220. I recently started getting the popup prompting me to save my password in outlook. This has happened before on other computers in my office and we normally fix it by changing the password. This time I've changed the passwords, tried everything listed here - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290684 and it still wont save. I am prompted for the password every time I try to run a send/receive or when any email comes in or out. At first I would just hit save two or three times and it would go away for a little while until I got another email but the the emails would be sent or received. Now I am getting incoming emails but cant send, it just keeps popping back up. Any thoughts? I'm going nuts here!!

Thanks
Li
 

A:Outlook 2007 will not save password - all microsoft fixes already tried

This has happened before on other computers in my office and we normally fix it by changing the passwordClick to expand...

Is this a business PC or a personal PC?
 

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Please enter your username and password for publishing calendars to calendars.office.microsoft.com.

THIS IS THE MESSAGE I GET WHEN NEW EMAILS COME IN .
I CAN CLICK OUTLOOK AND IT STARTS OK
WHEN A NEW EMAIL IS DOWNLOADED IT ASKS ME TO DO THE ABOVE
ANY IDEAS?
CHEERS MARIAN

PS MY EMAIL IS ON A REMOTE SERVER
 

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Hello all,

I hope I can get some help / guidance from some one with more experience with the M400 if possible?!

I reinstalled the OS and setup the biometric security for me, which has worked flawlessly! However I stupidly also set up the boot up security (BIOS Password). So when the tablet gets turned on I can scan my finger and get in without any issues, however I now want to turn the boot up security off. So I booted it in to the OS and went to disable it....however it asks for my password....which I have forgot as I have been a typical end user and have been only using my bloody finger!

Does anyone know if I can disable the BIOS security while in the OS using the biomentric security rather than entering a password? I have tried just changing the admin password within the win OS but that doesn't work....any ideas?

Any help with be greatly appreciated!

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A:Portege M400 - Change BIOS Password within OS without knowing password?

> So I booted it in to the OS and went to disable it....however it asks for my password....which I have forgot as I have been a typical end user and have been only using my bloody finger!

You are speaking about BIOS password which you set up in the BIOS?
As far as I know you cannot remove the BIOS password if you don?t know the old BIOS password.
In such case just the Toshiba ASP could help you? just the Toshiba ASP technician could remove the unknown BIOS password

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My mother is running Windows 8.1 on her new ASUS laptop. She's retired and it's common for her to get up periodically to check on something in the kitchen. When she comes back to the computer, it prompts her for the password so that she can verify her identity. She struggles with typing the password due to her lack of keyboarding knowledge and the mixed-case nature of the password and I could help with that by changing the password but I'm trying to understand why she is being prompted for the password in the first place.

I assumed that the screen saver was kicking in and forcing her to login in again after an absence of a few minutes but when I checked her screen saver settings, I found that she doesn't have one; the timeout interval is greyed out and the checkbox that asks for the login screen to be shown after that interval is unchecked so the screensaver is clearly not the culprit.

What else would cause Windows to prompt her for the password (other than a reboot)? I'd like to stop Windows from prompting her for her password or, if that is not possible, would like to extend the timeout interval from whatever it is now - two or three minutes maybe? - to something like 15 or 30 minutes.

A:Frequent prompts for password?

Its possible that it could be a virus or some type of malware. I would run a scan on it with Malwarebyes AntiMalware and then use Comodo Antivirus or Comodo Internet Security to run a virus scan. How long has she had the machine?

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Hi,

I'm having a rather annoying problem (amongst others) with connecting to the internet just recently. It started to happen a couple of days ago.

I'm using windows 98 SE and on a 56k dial up.Using I.E 6

Anyway, 90% of the time, when its done the 30 seconds of dialling and gets to the 3 seconds of verifying the password, after two seconds, the enter username and password box pops up, even though its definately correct and is already filled in in the box that pops up. If you press ok it just keeps popping up.

The most frustrating thing is it isnt consistant, because sometimes it doesnt prompt me at all. I just don't know whats happened to it.

Its annoying as well because it ties in with one of the other three problems I have, and thats that I keep getting disconnected from the internet from no apparent reason. This has been going on for some time.

as has getting lots of page cannot be displayed errors and cannot find server errors but I don't know if theyre connected.

ran spybot, adaware, repaired IE...

thought about reinstalling IE would this help?
Or should I just burn my computer?
 

A:password prompts and other problems...

Hold on!! No need to burn your computer.

The problem is not in your machine but with your ISP (Internet Service Provider). Contact them for the problem. If it doesn't get solved, try some other ISP. Or use some friend's account for a day on your machine and see if the same problem continues.
 

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