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Outlook 2007 has problem with my hotmail accounts

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Every time I start Outlook and click on Send/Receive, it asks for the username and password for my hotmail accounts only.

The window that pops up already has the password typed in as I have selected it to remember the password.

I click OK and the window pops up again. I have to click OK 3 or 4 times and it updates the account and does the same thing for every hotmail account.

I have Outlook 2007 on the same machine on Vista and it never does this. Send and Receive runs without popping up any windows to ask for passwords.

Is this a bug in Windows 7, or a setting in Windows 7 I need to fix or what?

Thanks

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Do you have the outlook connector installed?

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No, I do not have it installed.

But, I do not have it installed on Vista either, which works fine.

My hotmail accounts are very old. If I am not mistaken, the old accounts work fine without the connector.

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No, I do not have it installed.

But, I do not have it installed on Vista either, which works fine.

My hotmail accounts are very old. If I am not mistaken, the old accounts work fine without the connector.

I have two accounts one old and one new. They work better with connectoer. Try it. ;)

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