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Outlook 2010 logon authentication

Posted on 2011-09-22
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Hi,

I have an issue with outlook 2010 where the account is set to enter the password when opening email, now in 2003 if the password was not entered or it was cancelled outlook would close down, in outlook 2010 if the password is not entered the client stays open and the existing emails can be seen.

Does anyone know how this can be rectified where if the password is not entered the client closes as in 2003?

Thankyou in advance.
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Remove the checkmark for "cached mode" in the accounts settings.
This will remove the offline ost and force user to login to download email.
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Superb, thanks
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