Question about Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows
My Outlook isn't allowing me to send or receive emails. It keeps on asking me Network Password, but when I enter my password (which I know is correct), it doesn't accept it. It also won't allow me to change my password.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you installed all the updates from Microsoft? This problem keeps bugging sometimes when you are in hurry. I recommend update windows and install appropriate SPs from Microsoft. Then see the result.
Posted on May 13, 2009
Suggest you totally remove program, remembering to access program files and remove any file that might be left. hen reload/setup program.
Microsoft backup and update program, there's a lot!
Remember, backup important files first, preferably to a seperate HDD.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
Assuming that you have entered the correct details for your email account and assuming it is a pop3 account the most likely thing is that you need to change the option in the more settings.
Select Tools / Account Settings.
Double click on the account you are having a problem with sending.
Clcik on More Settings
Select the Outgoing Server Tab and check the 'Log on to incoming mail server before sending mail.'
Select the Advanced Tab and set the 'Use the following type of encrypted connection' from None to Auto.
Click OK to save and retry send.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
I found Outlook Password Unlocker is helpful,
recover forgotten passwords for emails in Microsoft Outlook.
Your Outlook password will be displayed in a minute no matter how long and complicated it is.
Besides, the compact interface makes it easy to use.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
SOURCE: When I pull up Outlook
For some reason, your configuration changed. Give this a try:
Go to Tools, Menu, then Email Accounts, Change/View Email Accounts,
Choose the Main Account you'd like to use.
In the Settings, Choose the Outgoing Server,
Check Box to authenticate SMTP authentication and Choose Use Same Settings As My Incoming Mail Server.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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