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I keep getting pop-ups with each of three accounts in Outlook asking to sign in

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I created 3 e-mail accounts with Outlook Convertor. I thought this would create folders to receive e-mails through my Comcast server. It didn't work. Created 3 accounts using the Rules wizard in Outlook and put in the necessary information. Created 3 folders to receive specific e-mails on each account and it worked, but I encounter one problem: I keep getting pop-ups with each account asking to sign in. I need to get rid of that. Also, those 3 accounts have POP3 and SMTP values. The other account has IMAP values. Can someone respond?

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This is not a problem with Outlook or your accounts. You just need to set up Outlook to keep you logged/signed in. Sometimes the security settings of the server prevent you to keep you signed in for a longer period of time and you will need to manually enter your account. On the other hand, this could also be the cause of the user permissions that prevent you from logging in. My advice is to completely wipe all the account from the Outlook and reset its default settings from the configuration menu. Once you do this, add just one account and watch the behavior.

Also, please identify MS Update KB2553248 in the uninstallation list and remove it. It has been reported as a fix for this type of problem.

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