I am working on a mail server migration from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013. I have about 40 users on Exchange 2010 and so far only 2 accounts on Exchange 2013 (myself and my help desk account). Most of my users was running Outlook 2007, about 5 running Outlook 2010 and one running Outlook 2013.
I am running MS Outlook 2010 and every time close my Outlook and reopen it says in the bottom right hand corner "Connected to Microsoft Exchange" then disconnects and a login pop up box comes up. If I click "Cancel" the message obviously goes away however now in the bottom right hand corner says "Needs Password" and I can't send/receive e-mail.
-My laptop is part of domain and I am logged in as a domain user connecting to the exchange server locally on the same network (no site to site or anything)
-I checked my authentication and it is set to NTLM Authentication
-My Server is a Dell R520 running W2K8 R2 Enterprise (not running SBS)
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