By hasanskn ·
Using Outlook 2003/2007. I have my email set up to
SEND/RECEIVE every 5 mins but i keep getting the ENTER
NETWORK PASSWORD / USER NAME dialog box up and its
driving me mad.

All my setting look ok so I cant see why this is
happening.PLZ HELP ME OUT.

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Change your network password

by Juanita Marquez In reply to ENTER NETWORK PASSWORD IN ...

It has probably expired and invalidated you on the network, which will in turn not allow you on other applications using said network.

You shouldn't have to reboot, just hit CTRL+ALT+DEL to bring up the change password button, change your password, then retry it all.

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Yes, change your password, but not the network one

by Tink! In reply to Change your network passw ...

It's your email account password. If you have access to your Pop email account settings change your password there (I'm NOT talking about the Outlook email account settings. You have to change it at the email administration. Once changed there, then you will need to change your Outlook account settings to match.) Otherwise ask your network/email administrator to do so.

We get this every so often and all I do is change the password for the email account, change the Outlook settings to match the new password and we are good to go.

Oh, I should note that this is based on the assumption that you are downloading your Outlook emails directly, and not through the network server. That is how we are setup here, we all download our own Pop mail.

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What type of Internet connection do you have?...

by Darryl~ Moderator In reply to ENTER NETWORK PASSWORD IN ...

Is it always on or do you have to manually connect to it?

If you have to manually connect, that would be your problem.

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by seanferd In reply to ENTER NETWORK PASSWORD IN ...

When you set up the account in Outlook, was the correct password entered in the settings?

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