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I posted this question to 2 other lists but have not had any replies as yet. The problem is now getting worse and I just can not send any mail at all today. So I am reposting here.
Sorry to anyone who has read this before, but i'm getting desparate :D :D

Hi all

I have a problem with Outlook which has occurred since downloading SP2 – but didn’t coincide with the download, my mail worked fine for a week after installation. Then 2 days ago I started getting a pop up box every time I try to send mail (incoming mail is not affected). The pop up states “Enter Network Password” and is auto filled in with required details… I press OK and the pop up closes…only to pop back up again…and again…and again….till I press cancel, at which point my mail send is stopped. The problem is intermittent – some times I can send mail, but on the next try it won’t go. Shut down and restart doesn’t cure it when it’s in a “No No” mode!!

I run Windows XP Professional with SP2 installed, Mail Washer (with First Alert!), Blinkz, Onspeed (no broadband where I live!) and have Yahoo messenger (disabled start up) installed. Also Norton AV & Firewall, Pest Patrol and WinPatrol.
I have outlook 2002 with SP3.

Any help out there??? Please <_<

Liz

PS I’m *not* Networked – this is a stand alone computer
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Onspeed (no broadband where I live!)

Is this a broadband or dial-up connection?
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Hi
Been out all day - so sorry for delay in reply.
This is a dial up connection.
Thanks
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Have you contacted you ISP? Seems to me the problems lay with the mail servers on their end.
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