Steps to Fix Outlook 2013 Password Prompt
Microsoft Outlook 2013 offers a brand new look that is much more convenient to use and appealing for the users as compared to its predecessors. It’s simpler and gives you the freedom to focus on what’s important for you, with a better view of e-mail, calendar, contacts, tasks and appointments and other tools.
So, if Microsoft Outlook 2013 keeps asking you for password even after you have furnished the same; it simply means that you might have missed on providing the credentials in the required field. However, if you are continuously getting Outlook 2013 password prompt and want to get rid these pop-ups; go through this step by step guide shared below.
Steps for Windows 8.1 and Microsoft Outlook 2013 with Exchange
- Click on ‘My Network Places’
- Click on ‘My Computer’
- Click on ‘Control Panel’
- Now click on ‘User Accounts’
- Double-click ‘Mail’ tab
- Now click on ‘E-mail Accounts’ tab
- Select your account and click on ‘Change’
- In the ‘Change Account’ dialog box, click on ‘More Settings’
- Microsoft Exchange Dialog box will open up, select ‘Security’ tab from top list
- Now, from ‘Login Network Security’ drop down list, select ‘Anonymous Authentication’ and click on ‘OK’
- Click on ‘Next’, then on ‘Finish’ and after that click on ‘Close’ on Account Setting dialog box.
- Now click ‘Close’ on the ‘Mail Setup’ dialog box and click on ‘OK’ to close ‘Mail Control Panel’
After you have made the relevant changes and have saved the desired setting, it’s time to restart your computer and enjoy a hassle free session without being bothered by any Microsoft Outlook 2013 password prompt.