I get an annoying popup when in outlook 2003 prompting me to enter me NETWORK PASSWORD

Posted on 2007-10-12
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
A user is getting an annoying popup prompting her to enter her network password
her email username and password are in the same popup
the only time you see it is when you are in outlook 2003
is this a bug or is there a fix for this?
Just started happening about a week ago, if i recall another user had the same issue about a month back and he was running outlook 2003 as well, can't remember what fixed his?
you can click to cancel that popup window, but it reappears in another 15 seconds or so
very annoying
any help would be appreciated
Question by:cdubbcisco
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    actually someone is having the same issue with outlook 2007 as well
    just heard about this after my previous post
    what would cause this?
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