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Error with OUTLOOK 2010 Pro startup

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Hi,

Anytime clients log in with OUTLOOK 2010 Pro, users get an annoying POP UP:

Security error

Microsoft Outlook

Connecting to www@fff.com

      username?
      password?
      Domain: fff

Remembering credentials.   Yes/No

OUTLOOK just is working fine with just deletiing the window. Answering these queestions doesn't prevent these pop up windows to show up the next time you start OUTLOOK!

What is the cause? SBS 2008 server, or 2) new 2010 Outlook

How can resolve this?

Outlook 2003 works fine with out these annoying POP UPs!
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by:Vanguard_LH
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Still get the annoying popup if you start Outlook in its safe mode ("outlook.exe /safe")?  That does NOT load any add-ons you installed for Outlook.
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by:wouterkcs
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I get this pop-up with no customization.
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I get this pop-up with no customization.
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John Hurst earned 250 total points
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If Outlook is on Exchange, delete the profile in the local Outlook and make a new profile.

If Outlook is POP (doesn't look like it), delete the account and remake it.

It is not an Outlook 2010 problem. It is working fine for me and clients who have it.

... Thinkpads_User
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by:wouterkcs
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To re-interate:

Server: SBS 2008
email: Exchange 2007
OUTLOOK 2010 Pro

1) OUTLOOK 2010 pro works fine with Exchange, except when you start OUTLOOK you get this pop-up -- see above.
2) OUTLOOK 2003 works fine 100% with NO security pop-up

Thanks,
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by:John Hurst
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When you start Outlook, it loads the Profile, which is why I suggest to remake it. Try one at least to see if that helps.

If that is not it, is there some possibility you have malware on the server?  What it looks like is something may be trying to send out over Outlook.  ... Thinkpads_User


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by:John Hurst
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This is not exactly your combination but there is a dicussion in this Microsoft Answers link about security pop ups.

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchange2010/thread/6d000de1-4549-4135-946a-4c5abeac4859/

.... Thinkpads_User
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by:John Hurst
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Also look at the Microsoft Answers link about the pop ups.

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchangesvrclients/thread/297187f9-34bb-4784-a4b6-6f950dde9478/

... Thinkpads_User
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by:wouterkcs
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Thinkpads,

Based on your 'social' link, this seems to be a general issue!.

If anyone has the solution, let us know.

I will follow tyhe social thread to see if they resolve it.


Thanks,
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by:wouterkcs
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At one point this pop-up message with Office 2010 + ,stopped appearing, and recently it started again on all clients with Office 2010 --- Office 2003 is working okay!

No solution yet!

Thanks,
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