Office Outlook 2007

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Christa Garress

I just installed outlook 2007 and went to configure it and the new e-mail

account is asking for a user name and a password, what do I do? I don't know

of any password being on my old version Outlook 2003 and I have no idea what

to do. Please help, thank you.
 

Diane Poremsky

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Outlook version
Outlook 2016 32 bit
Email Account
Office 365 Exchange
If you forget your password, you'll need to try a password recovery or

contact your isp to reset it.



"Christa Garress" <Christa Garress> wrote in

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> I just installed outlook 2007 and went to configure it and the new e-mail
> account is asking for a user name and a password, what do I do? I don't
> know
> of any password being on my old version Outlook 2003 and I have no idea
> what
> to do. Please help, thank you.
 

juicysen

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You need to Upgrade your PST by pst19upg.exe. This very tool removes the pst password and lets you to access the emails and other items contained in it without the need of any password.




If this very tool does not work then you can with the aid of pst password recovery you can easily recover your lost pst password....It can also repair and restore data from damage PST and split large PST files.
 

Brian Tillman

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"juicysen" <juicysen.47yv9b@invalid> wrote in message

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> You need to Upgrade your PST by pst19upg.exe. This very tool removes the
> pst password and lets you to access the emails and other items contained
> in it without the need of any password.


I'm not sure what message you think you're answering because you didn't quote

any of the prior thread, but this is, I believe, obsolete advice.

Pst19upg.exe is very old and geared toward ANSI PSTs. I'm doubtful that it

will work correctly on Unicode PSTs used by Outlook 2003 and later.

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nancy0123

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I agree with above suggestion, you can take help from Email Recovery or password recovery company, they will help you retrieve your forget password.




"juicysen" <juicysen.47yv9b@invalid> wrote in message


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> You need to Upgrade your PST by pst19upg.exe. This very tool removes the

> pst password and lets you to access the emails and other items contained

> in it without the need of any password.





I'm not sure what message you think you're answering because you didn't quote


any of the prior thread, but this is, I believe, obsolete advice.


Pst19upg.exe is very old and geared toward ANSI PSTs. I'm doubtful that it


will work correctly on Unicode PSTs used by Outlook 2003 and later.


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