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Cannot login to hosted exchange on one computer

I am using GoDaddy.com for my hosted Microsoft Exchange and using Microsoft Outlook 2007as my client.  On one computer I setup my client without any problems. On my other computer, the exchange server will not accept my password.  It is setup to autodiscover all my settings, which is done fine, it just seems to reject my username and password.

I can logon fine to my OWA (outlook web access).

Other notes:  I have this set up on a Mac with Entourage, a windows mobile device with outlook mobile, and a windows machine with outlook 2007.  This would be the fourth client with the setup.
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techpleaseAuthor Commented:
The client PC that is having the problem is a Windows 7 Machine.  I found this article that helped.  I am calling godaddy for my "domain name" attached to my shared hosting account.

http://www.pringle.net.nz/blog/PermaLink,guid,2ab15ebc-195e-45f7-a5fa-6b3f42c51bc0.aspx
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techpleaseAuthor Commented:
FOR ANYONE USING GODADDY HOSTED EXCHANGE WITH OUTLOOK 2007.

log into your OWA by going to: owa.yourdomain.com
click on options
click change password

your domain\username is listed above the change password box.

use your domain\username as your username for outlook when connecting to exchange.
use your password

example:

EX1\jeff.2
password
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