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By jhocez ·
I can't open my Microsoft Outlook. there's always a pop up box requiring me to input USER NAME, DOMAIN NAME and PASSWORD. but the info that i've entered were always rejected.

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by paw_blue In reply to Changing password

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by Gigelul In reply to Changing password

Give us more detail about your connection to the internet.

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by jhocez In reply to Changing password

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by grbeckmeyer In reply to Changing password

If it's asking for the Domain name, it is configured to connect to an Exchange server. If that is the case, check with an administrator to verify your settings are correct.
If this is for accessing your personal mail through your ISP, the easiest thing might be to uninstall then reinstall Outlook, and pay attention to the installation options to set it up to access your POP mail.

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by jhocez In reply to Changing password

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by johnm In reply to Changing password

If you are sure that you have entered all three items correctly (our users usually forget what the domain name is), what that would indicate on our system is that you do not have a network connection to a domain controller for that network and can'tbe validated in the domain.

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by Robert Young In reply to Changing password

This does indeed sound like you are attempting to access an Exchange server.

Go to control panel and then mail. You don't mention if you are using Outlook 97, 98 , 2000 or XP but here goes anyway.

Remove any services that are in there. Then add Internet E-mail. Then configure your version of Outlook in the normal fashion to access your POP3 & SMTP servers.

If you require any more help with this then please mail me at itgod@btinternet.com.

Best Regards & Good Luck

R Young

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