Exchange 2003 password promot

Is there anyway to disable outlook \ exchange from prompting the user to type in their password every time they log on to outlook. We have an exchange server but the users computers are not on the domain they are setup in cache mode. I would like setup the password not to prompt each time.
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shauncroucherCommented:
Not possible

Shaun
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shauncroucherCommented:
Sorry, I posted in wrong question there.

Take a look here for possible options: http://www.petri.co.il/save-your-exchange-password-in-microsoft-outlook-2003-or-2007.htm

Shaun
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joefreedomCommented:
there should be a way to do this through Exchange itself...i'll try to find that info.  In the meantime try the following from a client machine:

-Open up the Run prompt (Windows key + 'R') then type 'control keymgr.dll' (no quotes '')
-Enter in the Exchange Server Address, the Full username (i.e. 'Domain\username')
-Enter in the outlook user's password

Select OK, test by opening Outlook.
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