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Hi all

I see a lot of posts about this, some claim they can, so say it's not possible, so I would like to hear if it is possible with my specific setup.

We have an Exchange 2007 SP3 frontend with a 2003 Backend (But is in the process of being upgraded to 2007 SP3 also)
Our costumers are connecting to our exchange from computers which is not join our domain. (We have some TS's joined the domain they do not ask for password.)
Costumers are connecting from both 2003, 2007 and 2010.
The majority is connecting with Outlook 2007.

If you need more information please ask.

Can someone help whether or not it is possible to save the password in outlook?

Regards
Lars Mortensen

asked 06/08/2011 04:06

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Passwords are saved in Outlook
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systechadmin

Okay, one info lacking I can see.

The users check "Rember my password", but Outlook still asks for password when opening again.
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Remove "Cached Credential" (Control Panel > User Accounts > Manage your Credential) then run Outlook and Check "Remember my password".
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Nagoris

I delete all saved credentials on my test PC, opend Outlook wrote my password, checked "Remember my password".
Outlook the greated 4 entries, 3 in Windows Credentials and 1 in Generic Credentials.

But after closing and opening outlook again, it asks me for password.
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Advizor

In the control panel- >credentials manager can you create a new entry.Type in the webmail address with domain\username and password.
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mboppe

Have tried that, it still doesn't work....
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Advizor

Not possible
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