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Posted on 2012-03-26
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Good morning.

I have recently started using the company web calendar and have added it to my Outlook 2007.  Everything works fine in the office.  The issue is, away from the office, I am prompted for my username and password each time I open my email.  The reference is always stating that it could not be connected to the company web and that syncronization failed.  I can go to the calendar and it has all of the current events and looks normal.  Is there a way to save the password on this?  I've clicked the remember my password on the prompt; but, it never does.

thanks for your help!
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How do you connect to your e-mail?  is it outlook anywhere? or VPN?  Companyweb probably runs inside of your organization and not outside.  You should be able to access this calendar if you connect using a VPN connection.

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