Account Locks out frequently

We have one user and their account keeps getting locked out. We have LockoutStatus.exe running on the DC and it seems that there is a bad password attempt about every 10 minutes. There are no security logs on the user's computer or the DC that coorespond to any of the times that the account has been locked. We have shut his computer off and monitored his account. With the computer off the account still locked, so we have determined that it is another computer on the network. How can I find what computer is causing this issue. I have also tried using EventCombMT and it founf nothing. Anyone have any ideas? The workstations are all running XP and the DC is running Server 2003.
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i2q2Connect With a Mentor Commented:
Check if Account Audit is enabled on the server. If this is enabled then you should have the logs of Bad logins which should give you an idea about where the attempts are coming from. Looks like it a system service that is trying to logon using the user account.
SynergonAuthor Commented:
Thank you that did help. I enabled account audit on the DC and was able to find the logs where it was locking the account. I am a little confused about the results. It says that the Logon was attempted by MICROSOFT_AUTHENTICATION_PACKAGE_V1_0
and that the source workstation is our exchange server.

Here is what the security event says:

Date: 11/6/2008     Source: Security
Time: 1:21:09          Category: Account Logon
Type: Failure Aud    Event ID: 680
Computer: DC

 Logon account:      user's email address
 Source Workstation:      Exchange server
 Error Code:      0xC000006A

Any further help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
SynergonAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your help. We were able to track the problem down to a misconfigured blackberry.
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