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    overdrive
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    Saving Exchange username and Domain in (2000)

    I know there is a way of saving the username and domain for exchange servers as i have done it before accedently twice. Does anyone know how to save the username and domain so all that has to be entered is the password for the exchange server (no other mail accounts but the exchange server are being checked by ol2k)

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    Re: Saving Exchange username and Domain in (2000)

    what is you setting in exchange services, advanced tab, logon.

    system policies can clear the dialog for security reasons and only the admin can change that.

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    overdrive
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    Re: Saving Exchange username and Domain in (2000)

    i have had it set to all 3.... first i had it set to none, then NT security and then distributed..

    distributed didnt let me in period... the other 2 did.

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    Re: Saving Exchange username and Domain in (2000)

    As MaryJ suggested you want to set the logon to none. This will bring up the logon prompt. In Outlook Tools | Options | Mail Services, you want to set Prompt for Profile. If this doesn't work, I'd try creating a new profile.

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    overdrive
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    Re: Saving Exchange username and Domain in (2000)

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH

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