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RPC over HTTP: NTLM Auth Not Working

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I am on a laptop that has a trust relationship with my corporate office's domain, but when I log on with my user credentials away from the office and try to access my Exchange account using Outlook 2003 and RPC over HTTP with NTLM authentication, Outlook keeps asking me for a username and password.  If I switch to basic authentication, I can get in when I enter my user and password, but I don't want to have to keep doing this, as I believe NTLM auth should make this a seamless experience for me, much like I have when I am at my desk (if I understand properly how this is supposed to work).  Ideas?
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