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Repeated asking for credentials when not connected to n... - 24.Dec.2012 2:08:59 PM   
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As I type on my Windows 7 Pro work laptop, on which I have Office/Outlook 2007 installed, I'm NOT on my work network nor VPN'd, I'm 100% on a home network, and do not even have full Outlook running. Yet periodically, about every 10-15 mins or so, I get a connection pop up asking for my credentials and labeled at the top with "Welcome back to webmail.myworkdomain.org". If I click on OK, it immediately comes up with the same pop up, but with "Welcome to outlook.myworkdomain.org". It alternates between both of those pop ups unless I click on Cancel, and only then stays away for another 10-15 mins or so.

Why is this happening? I'm guessing it must be some parameter in Outlook, but I'll be darned if I can find it. I don't know if other users get this too, but I'd think if they did, we here in IT have heard about this. I reeeeally want this to stop as it's gotten reeeeally annoying :) Is there a solution?

TIA

elaine
Ivy, VA
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