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    password for outlook

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    by wellmax1.maxwell ·

    Hi all,

    My company has recently change from lotus notes email to microsoft outlook
    Using exchange server .The problem is anyone can turn on your computer go to outlook
    And access your email,except for new mails you have to connect to the server.
    Does anyone out there knows how to prompt outlook to ask for a password

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    • #3057718

      Reply To: password for outlook

      by allthegoodnamesweregone ·

      In reply to password for outlook

      by design, outlook will try to use the account currently logged in to authenticate to the exchange server.

      can anyone turn on the computer and log in as you?

    • #3057706

      Reply To: password for outlook

      by w2ktechman ·

      In reply to password for outlook

      “tools” — “Email Accounts” — “view or change existing email accounts” — select the profile and select “Change” — click “More Settings” — go to the “Security” tab.
      The lower portion has a drop down list to change security settings and a checkbox for prompted PW

    • #3070119

      Reply To: password for outlook

      by f-baer ·

      In reply to password for outlook

      when everyone can log in to your computer with your identity you have a great security problem. i?ll hope you have no internet-access on your workstation, anyone can surf from your pc to sex/crime etc… a password is useless when your .pst file have no permission and can load from other users. remember that your admin can read ALL your mails if he or your boss want it. better you use private mails from home.
      hth f-baer

    • #3060064

      Reply To: password for outlook

      by salb4 ·

      In reply to password for outlook

      As answer #2 stated above,is correct but at your workplace, your logon box probably now says nt authorization, do the dropdown box and make it none. then restart outlook.

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