SBS 2008 Exchange Certification

Users are getting prompt continuisly for a password when logging into exchange.

some time ago (2 weeks) one of my clients SBS2008 died without backup. I had to install a NEW instance of Small Business Server 2008 and used the wizard (as suggested).

I created the domain successfully using the companys existing domain, I created the SMTP account using the wizard and the certificate was purchased from RapidSSL and installed again using the wizard.
All users logged into the domain successfuly and can send/receive email. However Outlook continues to prompt for a credientials every 5 seconds.  

I'll send images via email if necessary. However, ive been stomped for a week now trying to figure this out.
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
..knew install...did you remember to patch? Specifically exchange 2007 SP3?

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