Outllook 2007 keeps showing "Enter Network Password"

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Hi all,

I have Vista Home Premium and Outlook 2007. I am trying to setup my work's

Pop3 email in Outlook. It worked fine, untill about last week. It keeps

showing me the "Enter Network Password" dialogue and I click Ok, and it shows

it again and again. It doesnt stop, it keeps poping up. I cannot check my

email and this is really annoying.

I tried deleteting/re- creating the profile and email acoount. Also,

uninstalled Norton. But nothing seems to help.

Please, please , please someone help. Any insight is greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
 
M

Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Have you run Office Diagnostics? How about scanpst.exe?


After furious head scratching, Mike asked:

| Hi all,

| I have Vista Home Premium and Outlook 2007. I am trying to setup my

| work's Pop3 email in Outlook. It worked fine, untill about last week.

| It keeps showing me the "Enter Network Password" dialogue and I click

| Ok, and it shows it again and again. It doesnt stop, it keeps poping

| up. I cannot check my email and this is really annoying.

| I tried deleteting/re- creating the profile and email acoount. Also,

| uninstalled Norton. But nothing seems to help.

| Please, please , please someone help. Any insight is greatly

| appreciated. Thank you,
 
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TWlrZQ

I did run the Diagnostics. It didn't find anything. No, I dont know what

scanpst.exe is? Can you please give me more information.

Thank you.

" " wrote:


> Have you run Office Diagnostics? How about scanpst.exe?

> >

>

> After furious head scratching, Mike asked:

> | Hi all,
> | I have Vista Home Premium and Outlook 2007. I am trying to setup my
> | work's Pop3 email in Outlook. It worked fine, untill about last week.
> | It keeps showing me the "Enter Network Password" dialogue and I click
> | Ok, and it shows it again and again. It doesnt stop, it keeps poping
> | up. I cannot check my email and this is really annoying.
> | I tried deleteting/re- creating the profile and email acoount. Also,
> | uninstalled Norton. But nothing seems to help.
> | Please, please , please someone help. Any insight is greatly
> | appreciated. Thank you,

>
 
M

Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Look for it using Windows search - enable searching hidden files/folders.

When you find it, run it against your .pst file until no more errors are

shown.


After furious head scratching, Mike asked:

| I did run the Diagnostics. It didn't find anything. No, I dont know

| what scanpst.exe is? Can you please give me more information.

| Thank you.

|

| " " wrote:

|

|| Have you run Office Diagnostics? How about scanpst.exe?

||

||

||

||

|| || ||

||

||

|| After furious head scratching, Mike asked:

||

||| Hi all,

||| I have Vista Home Premium and Outlook 2007. I am trying to setup my

||| work's Pop3 email in Outlook. It worked fine, untill about last

||| week. It keeps showing me the "Enter Network Password" dialogue and

||| I click Ok, and it shows it again and again. It doesnt stop, it

||| keeps poping up. I cannot check my email and this is really

||| annoying.

||| I tried deleteting/re- creating the profile and email acoount. Also,

||| uninstalled Norton. But nothing seems to help.

||| Please, please , please someone help. Any insight is greatly

||| appreciated. Thank you,
 
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I ran it, it did not find any errors. I dont know what else to do. This is

crazy, do you think there was a windows update last week that caused to stop

working?

Thank you,

" " wrote:


> Look for it using Windows search - enable searching hidden files/folders.
> When you find it, run it against your .pst file until no more errors are
> shown.

> >

>

> After furious head scratching, Mike asked:

> | I did run the Diagnostics. It didn't find anything. No, I dont know
> | what scanpst.exe is? Can you please give me more information.
> | Thank you.
> |
> | " " wrote:
> |
> || Have you run Office Diagnostics? How about scanpst.exe?
> ||
> || > ||

> ||
> || > || > ||
> ||
> ||
> || After furious head scratching, Mike asked:
> ||
> ||| Hi all,
> ||| I have Vista Home Premium and Outlook 2007. I am trying to setup my
> ||| work's Pop3 email in Outlook. It worked fine, untill about last
> ||| week. It keeps showing me the "Enter Network Password" dialogue and
> ||| I click Ok, and it shows it again and again. It doesnt stop, it
> ||| keeps poping up. I cannot check my email and this is really
> ||| annoying.
> ||| I tried deleteting/re- creating the profile and email acoount. Also,
> ||| uninstalled Norton. But nothing seems to help.
> ||| Please, please , please someone help. Any insight is greatly
> ||| appreciated. Thank you,

>
 
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" " wrote:


> Look for it using Windows search - enable searching hidden files/folders.
> When you find it, run it against your .pst file until no more errors are
> shown.

> >

>

> After furious head scratching, Mike asked:

> | I did run the Diagnostics. It didn't find anything. No, I dont know
> | what scanpst.exe is? Can you please give me more information.
> | Thank you.
> |
> | " " wrote:
> |
> || Have you run Office Diagnostics? How about scanpst.exe?
> ||
> || > ||

> ||
> || > || > ||
> ||
> ||
> || After furious head scratching, Mike asked:
> ||
> ||| Hi all,
> ||| I have Vista Home Premium and Outlook 2007. I am trying to setup my
> ||| work's Pop3 email in Outlook. It worked fine, untill about last
> ||| week. It keeps showing me the "Enter Network Password" dialogue and
> ||| I click Ok, and it shows it again and again. It doesnt stop, it
> ||| keeps poping up. I cannot check my email and this is really
> ||| annoying.
> ||| I tried deleteting/re- creating the profile and email acoount. Also,
> ||| uninstalled Norton. But nothing seems to help.
> ||| Please, please , please someone help. Any insight is greatly
> ||| appreciated. Thank you,

> Chuck - I've seen this many times and 80% of the time the ISP is causing the problem. Have you contacted them?
>
 
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TWlrZQ

Thank you chuck. I places a support request, hopefully they will get back to

me soon with a solution.

Thank you.

"Chuck" wrote:



> " " wrote:
>
> > Look for it using Windows search - enable searching hidden files/folders.
> > When you find it, run it against your .pst file until no more errors are
> > shown.
> > > >

> > > > > > After furious head scratching, Mike asked:
> > | I did run the Diagnostics. It didn't find anything. No, I dont know
> > | what scanpst.exe is? Can you please give me more information.
> > | Thank you.
> > |
> > | " " wrote:
> > |
> > || Have you run Office Diagnostics? How about scanpst.exe?
> > ||
> > || > > ||

> > ||
> > || > > || > > ||
> > ||
> > ||
> > || After furious head scratching, Mike asked:
> > ||
> > ||| Hi all,
> > ||| I have Vista Home Premium and Outlook 2007. I am trying to setup my
> > ||| work's Pop3 email in Outlook. It worked fine, untill about last
> > ||| week. It keeps showing me the "Enter Network Password" dialogue and
> > ||| I click Ok, and it shows it again and again. It doesnt stop, it
> > ||| keeps poping up. I cannot check my email and this is really
> > ||| annoying.
> > ||| I tried deleteting/re- creating the profile and email acoount. Also,
> > ||| uninstalled Norton. But nothing seems to help.
> > ||| Please, please , please someone help. Any insight is greatly
> > ||| appreciated. Thank you,
> > Chuck - I've seen this many times and 80% of the time the ISP is causing the problem. Have you contacted them?
> >
 
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I have been having this same problem for about a month. I am running the

program now to see if it will help.

I had gotten my computer upgraded and when I reloaded everything I began

having this problem.

"Mike" wrote:


> Thank you chuck. I places a support request, hopefully they will get back to
> me soon with a solution.
> Thank you.

> "Chuck" wrote:
>
> > " " wrote:
> >
> > > Look for it using Windows search - enable searching hidden files/folders.
> > > When you find it, run it against your .pst file until no more errors are
> > > shown.
> > > > > > >

> > > > > > > > > > > > > After furious head scratching, Mike asked:
> > > > | I did run the Diagnostics. It didn't find anything. No, I dont know
> > > | what scanpst.exe is? Can you please give me more information.
> > > | Thank you.
> > > |
> > > | " " wrote:
> > > |
> > > || Have you run Office Diagnostics? How about scanpst.exe?
> > > ||
> > > || > > > ||

> > > ||
> > > || > > > || > > > ||
> > > ||
> > > ||
> > > || After furious head scratching, Mike asked:
> > > ||
> > > ||| Hi all,
> > > ||| I have Vista Home Premium and Outlook 2007. I am trying to setup my
> > > ||| work's Pop3 email in Outlook. It worked fine, untill about last
> > > ||| week. It keeps showing me the "Enter Network Password" dialogue and
> > > ||| I click Ok, and it shows it again and again. It doesnt stop, it
> > > ||| keeps poping up. I cannot check my email and this is really
> > > ||| annoying.
> > > ||| I tried deleteting/re- creating the profile and email acoount. Also,
> > > ||| uninstalled Norton. But nothing seems to help.
> > > ||| Please, please , please someone help. Any insight is greatly
> > > ||| appreciated. Thank you,
> > > > Chuck - I've seen this many times and 80% of the time the ISP is causing the problem. Have you contacted them?
> > >
 
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It ended up being to be an ISP issue. I was accessing my email from multiple

locations, so to make a story short, i had to setup Outlook to use IMAP

instead of POP3.

Thank you everyone for all your help.

Faris
 
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I used the scanpst.exe, as well as the Diagnostic tool and then I was

informed I needed to "reinstall" office because it had become corrupted. As

soon as I did that, my problem went away. (I think I heard angels singing!)

Seriously, I was happier at that moment than I had been in a vry look time!

Thanks so much for posting your problem!

Sharon

"Mike" wrote:


> It ended up being to be an ISP issue. I was accessing my email from multiple
> locations, so to make a story short, i had to setup Outlook to use IMAP
> instead of POP3.

> Thank you everyone for all your help.
> Faris
 
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