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Posted on 2013-06-19
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I use a computer and logged domain(windows 7 pro). we have exchange server 2007.
when i log in my computer outtlok started ask me a username and password?
i changed my password last month and was ok.(groupplolicy says every 90 days changing user password)


what cause that?
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Hi,

Find solution from here :
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/6963d031-9815-429c-8cae-78e2c038352b/outlook-2007-asks-for-password-when-using-exchange-2007

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It could be saved passwords under..

Go to..

Start-> Control Panel -> User Accounts -> Click on Managed Stored Credentials (on the left)
User Account (Control Panel)
Look under Generic.. Modify or Delete the accounts relating to email account.
Generic
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super tip Thanks
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