Microsoft Outlook 2007 access denied problem

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Ithought I already posted this yesterday but can't find it. so I appoligize if I have posted it twice. my 07 outlook has denied me access to open the program. can anyone offer me any advise on this matter thanks
ASKED: February 15, 2009  4:34 PM
UPDATED: August 10, 2010  4:49 PM

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Is this an exchange email connection or a POP3 connection? If exchange, what version of exchange? When you say it denies you access are you getting prompted for your credentials when you open outlook? You can change that behavior through the mail icon in the control panel. Have you tried removing and re-adding your profile?

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  • BrentSheets
    Hi Dm65. I didn't see a duplicate question from yesterday. But I wanted to let you know that members can review all the questions they have participated in by visiting their own Public Profile. Here is your Dm65 Public Profile. Also, as Technochic mentions above, for best results, please provide more details when you post a question. Welcome to IT Knowledge Exchange.
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  • Dm65
    this is a pop3 but I fixed the problem. I had to reset the attributed for the file folders Then I had access to outlook Thanks
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  • Technochic
    Great Dm65! Thank you for sharing your resolution with us so others who have the same issue will know what to do. :-)
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  • Angie22748
    Try: Open Explorer Select Tools and then Folder Options Select the File Types tab Select Extension: (NONE), File Type: URL:HyperText Transfer Protocol Click Advanced toward the bottom of the window In the Edit File Type window, select open and click Edit Clear the check for DDE above the DDE message box (which should contain "%1" or similar) Click OK, Click OK Repeat for File Type: HyperText Transfer Protocol with Privacy and FTP
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