Outlook 2013 Keeps Verifying my Login Infomrmation with POPup, AOL?

I've been using the same email addresses on the same computer with Outlook 2013 for years.  My email addresses are/were thru Verizon.

Within the last year AOL bought the emails from Verizon.  For a period of time the emails worked with the same Outlook settings as they had before AOL made the purchase.  Recently AOL stopped supporting the old setting and I revised my accounts to the new setting.  Everything worked fine for a couple weeks but every once in a while I'd get this popup for each of the two accounts.

I am at my computer all day for my work.  In prior years I would get this popup rarely and when I did get it, it was usually because Verizon was having email issues.

Now, I get this popup for both email accounts I have routed to this computers Outlook.

The email address is not having issues.  I can get and receive emails to the same accounts on my phone without issue.  I have re-entered the password and checked the "Save this password in your password list" dozens of times with no resolution.

Today was the worst it's been.  I have my email set to 'Send Receive' every ten minutes and this popup seemed to appear for both accounts every time the send/receive was invoked.  Even when I confirm the password and click the 'Save password' box Outlook will not retrieve my email.  I get a send/receive error.

Anyone having similar issues or know what is causing this and how to resolve?
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Close Outlook.
Open the Credential Manager in Windows. Find the entries for your mail account and remove them.
Then start Outlook again, it will pop up again with the Password, make sure you check the save password.
It will now save a 'fresh' record in your credentials.
Close outlook.  Delete the profiles and recreate them.

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mlcktmguyAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the replies.
Thierry:  How do I open the credential manager?
mlcktmguyAuthor Commented:
Thierry:  Sorry I mis-spoke/typed.  I opened the credential manager but don't see any credentials related to Outlook.
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