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    Problems accessing E-mail through Outlook 2007

    This is a discussion on Problems accessing E-mail through Outlook 2007 within the Sky Email and Portal Log-in forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I have been using Sky e-mail now for a few years but suddenly over the last two days I have ...

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      Problems accessing E-mail through Outlook 2007

      I have been using Sky e-mail now for a few years but suddenly over the last two days I have been unable to access E-mail through Outlook 2007. Everytime I click Send & Receive I get a box popping-up asking me to 'Enter Network Password'. Any ideas?


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      Re: Problems accessing E-mail through Outlook 2007

      I had a similar problem some time ago. Instead of entering login details again try starting afresh i.e. clicking on 'New' then going through the setup.

     

     

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