Enter network password keeps poping up



Grizz said:
enter network password keeps poping up , how do i make it stop?

A guess based on a complete lack of details: pre-2003 versions of Outlook
will not remember the login credentials for e-mail accounts defined within
it when ran on Windows Vista, or later.

You never mentioned which VERSION of Outlook that you use. You never
mentioned which VERSION of Windows that you use. You never mentioned what
TYPE of e-mail account(s) you have (POP, IMAP, HTTP/Deltasync, Exchange).
You never mentioned WHO is your e-mail provider. No details at all.
Crystal balls and Ouija boards don't work across Usenet.

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