Exchange 2003 & 2007

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Hi all, I manage about 90 users on our domain, using exchange server 2003 and outlook 2007 for users, but one user's outlook is always prompting for username and password and i have checked d settings for outlook all is ok. plz could this problem be from the user profile on d server or what? and how can i resolve it. thanks

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Usually this happens when the users is logged into another domain account or a local computer account. Make sure the user is logged in with his or her domain account and Outlook is setup for that mailbox.

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  • Knome
    You Can also turn on logging in outlook 2007 to get a better look at whats going on behind the scenes.
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  • Owolab
    hi, thanks, the use always logon to her profile on the domain. but still outlook keep prompting for her username and password. please help. regards
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  • Owolab
    please how do i turn on logon on outlook ??
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  • mshen
    Delete her outlook profile and re-create it. Make sure you are setting it up as an Exchange account.
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