password OWA 2007

Hi,
if i change the password through Outlook Web Access 2007 the old password still works.

how can i solve the problem?

Thanks
Regards
Roger
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TDKDCommented:
Usually your password for OWA and Outlook is your Active Directory password. Usually you change this when connected to a domain, wether it be directly at the business or by way of VPN. You would not change this password with OWA or the Outlook client, but rather with the computer you are logged into with, usually by hitting Ctrl,Alt & Delete and selecting  "Change Password". There are other various ways to change a domain level password, but there are too many for me to just start rattling off...if you provide the exact scenario I will be happy to guide you through the best method.
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TDKDCommented:
If you are not using an Acitive Directory account?? Then you may have to simply clear out your locally cached passwords, these would contain your old OWA password.

Control Panel, User Accounts, then in the upper left corner there should be something to the effect of :Manage Network passwords", select this and clear out the cached passwords.
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