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General Outlook/Exchange Troubleshooting

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Troubleshooting Problems with Outlook/Exchange

Possible Solutions

When I launch Outlook I keep getting asked for my SharePoint list credentials.
Each time Outlook launches, I receive a prompt to enter credentials for a SharePoint list. The login box will ask for credentials for such addresses as spweb.eservices.virginia.edu or moss.eservices.virginia.edu. Even removing the SharePoint list from Outlook by right-clicking on it and then clicking close doesn't solve the problem.

Solutions

  1. Remove the SharePoint list from Outlook account settings.
    • Launch Outlook
    • File -> Account Settings -> Account Settings -> SharePoint Lists tab
    • Double-click the SharePoint list that you want to delete from Outlook.
    • Check the box that says Don't display this list on other computers I use and select OK.
    • This takes you back to the SharePoint List tab. Click the list you wish to remove and it will highlight that list.
    • Click the Remove button above the list.
    • Click Close.
    • Repeat the above steps on each machines where you use Outlook.
    • Reopen Outlook.
  2. Delete SharePoint list data file after closing out SharePoint list from within Outlook.
    • Right-click on the SharePoint list in the left-hand pane of the main Outlook window and then click Properties.
    • Click Advanced, then copy down the file location next to Filename.
    • Close out of the Properties window and right-click the SharePoint list in Outlook again and click Close.
    • Close out of Outlook.
    • Go to the path you copied down in the second bullet above and delete the SharePoint .pst file that exists there.
    • Reopen Outlook.

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