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Outlook Web Access not logging in correctly.

Posted on 2003-12-01
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Running OWA 2003, eveytime i log in, the left hand pane with the folders loads up ok, but the message body window keeps popping up the username and password login window. Even after entering the same details that i logged in with, the windows still keeps popping up.

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have you tried logging on Secure?  for example https:// in front of the address, not http://?
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