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Resolution 5: Disable Cached Exchange Mode When working online with Exchange account, Outlook connects and retrieves items in real-time.Though slower, it may isolate and fix many issues if the Outlook is updating new items.During all this time, Outlook continues to indicate that it is connected to the Exchange server and to download messages, but it will not automatically download messages from POP3 servers that are also configured. I started capturing, clicked OK in the pop-up window to send the stored password several times, and then turned off capturing.Clicking on Send/Receive All Folders does do that, however. Entering the user name and password results in another pop-up. When I looked at the log with a filter for the client IP address, there were a few UDP multicast and broadcast packets dropped, but no other packets were dropped.Microsoft says that any of the following could cause the problem: Since this is happening on several — but not all — Outlook clients, I think that random corruption of a profile or credential is unlikely. Making sure that “Always prompt for credentials” is not checked in the account settings. Removing credentials from Control Panel Windows Credentials. This was the solution suggested by Rackspace tech support. From the command line, enter: “ipconfig /flushdns”. Unchecking “Download Shared Folders” in Mail account settings. In the third client, the Outlook 2010 one, the pop-ups came back when the client was set to normal connection mode.My network connections appear to be stable and fast (50Mb/s over wired Ethernet, 20 Mb/s over Wi Fi.). In this advisory: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Outlook-2016-keeps-asking-for-username-and-password-776ef5b8-658c-4742-81bf-73bb596b17f7 Microsoft says that they’ve found and fixed a bug that causes the problem I’m seeing. I didn’t think it was a likely fix, since it seemed to assume that the credential corruption that would be handled by it was random, where it appears that something is affecting multiple Outlook clients. This isn’t one that I found on the web, but I did notice that the local network time was wrong by a few minutes. I thought there could have been a DNS or DHCP problem. It’s going to be a little hard to troubleshoot this with only one client showing the problem… After 12 hours, it had not reappeared, nor had it reappeared on the other Outlook 2016 client.Symptoms: About five minutes after Outlook starts and successfully connects to the Exchange server, a window pops up.The source is Windows Security, and it asks for a user name and password for the Exchange server: With Outlook 2016 on Win 10, entering the user name and password results in another pop-up.
This seems to be a more drastic solution for a problem where the Exchange server stops trusting Outlook clients and rejects their credentials.
So try to clear the offline items by following these steps: Resolution 2: Delete OST Files Outlook caches and stores email messages, calendar events and other items in Offline Storage Table (.ost) file.
As everything in Exchange account is stored on the cloud or server, so it’s safe to delete the file. The file location for is normally at the following location: Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\App Data\Local\Microsoft\Outlook Before deleting the .ost, close the Outlook, and reopen it after deleting.
The new contents such as emails, contacts, calendar items, tasks, notes and others are not updated and not downloaded even though user manually select “update folder” in order to pull the new data.
But user can login to OWA (Outlook Web Access) or to continue to access the missing email messages, appointments, contacts, tasks, journal entries, notes, posted items, and documents.