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Hello. I am brand spankin new at this. I hope you are able to help me.

I added an email address to my account and I am able to send messages with it but I cannot recieve. It keeps poping up the usernamae and password screen. I enter the correct info and it pops it up again. so that is saying to me it thinks it is wrong info and it is correct.

when i click on outlook then tools then accounts then properties then servers is there something special I am to do there?

Right now I do not have the square clicked under Incoming Mail....Logon using Secure Password Authenticaton because my account that works properly does not have it clicked on that account.

Do you know what i even mean? thanks for listening and I really appreciate your help in advance.

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hey excellent choices,

what kind of email server are you using. A imap, smtp, microsoft exchange server? In tools-> email accounts you can enter the incoming mail server.

However, if it keeps asking you to login, it may be a server setting and nothing you can do locally.

hope this helps,
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