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How do I turn off the password setting for Microsoft Outlook?

Discussion in 'Using Outlook' started by cGhvZW5peHBoeXJl, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. cGhvZW5peHBoeXJl

    cGhvZW5peHBoeXJl

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    I installed this new anti-virus software called "The Shield Deluxe 2009" and

    it asked that I enable the password to my email. Now that i did it, I want

    to disable this feature, because this is my home computer and no one else

    uses it and it's a pain to have to enter my password all of the time.

    Also, when the computer is inactive, it goes to the screen where it shows

    the Users. I have to enter a password for that too and I want to disable

    that as well.

    If anyone can help me out, that would be wonderful.

    Thanks!

     
  2. DL

    DL

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    You would have to remove the password option within your AV software

    You may care to read

    http://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/pcsecurityshield.com

    http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/pcsecurityshield.com

    User password, depends on your version of win, and is a Q best posted to the

    group that supprts your o/s

    "phoenixphyre" <phoenixphyre@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

    news:B64EFE0C-D306-4E8F-BA8F-89F225190758@microsoft.com...
    > I installed this new anti-virus software called "The Shield Deluxe 2009"
    > and
    > it asked that I enable the password to my email. Now that i did it, I
    > want
    > to disable this feature, because this is my home computer and no one else
    > uses it and it's a pain to have to enter my password all of the time.

    > Also, when the computer is inactive, it goes to the screen where it shows
    > the Users. I have to enter a password for that too and I want to disable
    > that as well.

    > If anyone can help me out, that would be wonderful.

    > Thanks!


     

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