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Outlook ask password

Hi,

I am in a AD with exchange.
One Outlook 2007 always ask for password and login at the starting.

All others Outlook (2000,2003,2007) don't ask this.

Whats can be the problem ?

Thanks very Much,
Yoann
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TheMakCommented:
Is Outlook asking for an account password? follow the below instructions,

Here are the steps you'll need to take:
Select Tools -> E-mail
Accounts menu option. (depending on your version of Outlook this option might be found under Tools -> Options -> Mail
Setup tab -> E-mail Accounts button)
The "View or change existing e-mail accounts" item should be already selected. Click "Next".
Select the account you want to modify and click "Change".
In the next screen, click "Remember password" in the "Logon Information" section in the lower left corner.
Then click "Next" or "OK" as necessary to confirm

OR is it asking for Profile at startup? follow the below instructions,
Go to control panel | Mail | Profiles and select the option to "Always use this profile".
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sunnyc7Commented:
What version of Exchange server are you using ?
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endital1097Commented:
Ctrl+Right-click the outlook icon in the task bar and select Test Email autoconfiguration
remove teh checks from the two guessmart boxes and test
take the OOF URL value (https://mail.contoso.com/ews/exchange.asmx) and browse to it using IE
you should not get any certificate warnings or login prompt

if you get a login prompt, make sure the site is within the local intranet zone so that windows integrated authentication is working
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Muhammad MullaCommented:
If the above suggestions don't work, then you may need to create a new profile.

Go to Control Panel > Mail > Profiles and delete the current profile.

Then, start up Outlook and configure the account again.

This is all assuming that you are running an Exchange environment and all the mail is kept on the server.
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yoyolutAuthor Commented:
Thank you,

It works fine.

But it's very funny, None of my outlook ask for a password, i am in a AD environnement. Ad is "Single sign on"

Have a nice day,
Yo
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mikesussCommented:
Which works fine?  Please assign points and close.
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