Cannot Start Microsoft Outlook. You Do not Have Permission to Log In

My outlook was working fine.  I logged into another computer with my userid, came back and now I open up outlook on my own desktop.

I have deleted and recreated the profile, but to no avail.

I can login via OWA just fine.  I just am not able to do so no my current desk top.
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TeethingAsked:
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sunray_2003Commented:
Is this desktop on a domain or standalone computer ?

When you say you logged into another computer , is that part of the domain ?

can you start outlook in safe mode (start > run > outlook.exe /safe) ?

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TeethingAuthor Commented:
This is on a workstation in a domain running exchange 2003

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sunray_2003Commented:
When you connect to exchange (or when you open outlook) , does it directly open and show you all the folders without asking for password ?

Can you still open outlook fine in another computer ?

can someone else open using their userid in your computer ?
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TeethingAuthor Commented:
When I add a pop3 account, I can open outlook.

When I add my Exchange account to the profile, I am not able to open up any exchange related info, to include my folder and the public folders. However my userid works with OWA and I am able to see all my related exchange information.

I cannot open outlook on another computer any longer.

Other USERS are working fine.

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TeethingAuthor Commented:
A bump to 250.

This is really giving me a hard time.
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TeethingAuthor Commented:
ADMIN's please close this thread.

Problem solved.

Installing outlook2003 removed all dead registry settings and exchange link works fine.
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moduloCommented:
PAQed with points refunded (250)

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