Keep getting login request for exchange server when laptop boots up.

Working with a Lenovo X61S with XP Pro SP3 and Exchange Server 2008 and Outlook 2007.

Whenever the laptop is booted, we get a popup asking us to login to the exchange server.

If we hit cancel, it goes away

If we login, the window goes away and nothing happens.

When we try to start Outlook, we get the same login screen again.

Anyone have any ideas why we are getting the popup on bootup?  It is not doing any damage... but keeps getting more and more annoying and I cannot see any way of turning it off.
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Tomster2Author Commented:
One other note... we are using a hosted exchange service... and the providers claim to have no idea where this is coming from.

It is a client side issue and of course they wouldn't know as some providers are ignorant. I seen this happen in an exchange 2003 environment using outlook 2007. It seems there is some type of communication either with the client outlook trying to connect with the exchange server. The solution that I use to rectify the connection and where it doesn't prompt for the password login info was to create a fresh user account and migrate all user data over to the new user account. Then login into that account and see if it rectifies your problem.
If you sign in with the first popup do you still get he second when opening outlook?
Tomster2Author Commented:
Yes... we still get the popup (again) when opening outlook.  I think this may be due to an add-on called infuzer which wants access to the calendar.  Will check that out and report back in.  Want to check that before doing the profile changeover... and still having the issue.
Tomster2Author Commented:
Yep... it was infuzer.  This is a travel (hotels, flights,etc) that starts at bootup and wants to talk to outlook... so that was creating the login request... for itself.

Will split the points as I appreciate the suggestions.

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