Many of Mac Users had reported a problem that whenever they tried to open Outlook 2016 for Mac, the Outlook keeps prompting for a password again and again. Here, I am going to share some tricks with you so that you can get rid of this “Outlook 2016 for Mac keeps asking for a password” issue.
Fix 1: Delete “ADAL” & “Office” entries
- Firstly quit all your Office Apps (word/excel/powerpoint/OneNote/outlook)
- Now open Keychain access.
- Search Exchange under Login.
- Then delete all “ADAL” & “office” entries.
- Finally, Relaunch Outlook and provide your Credentials.
Fix 2: Change your Outlook Security Settings
- Firstly close your Outlook application and then open Control Panel.
- You will see a Mail icon just double-click on it.
- Tap on Show Profile -> Outlook Profile -> Properties -> Email Accounts -> Change.
- Now the Change Account dialog box will be shown to you. Go to More Settings option.
- The Microsoft Exchange Dialog box will be shown to you.
- you can move to Security tab.
- You will be able to see Login Network Security list ->Anonymous Authentication– > click OK.
- Finally, click Finish and then Restart Outlook.
Fix 3: Remove Keychain Entries
Launch your Keychain tool and remove the entries which are listed below.
- Microsoft Office Identities
- MSOpenTech *
- “OC” Keychain entry that is unrelated.
SEE ALSO: Fixed: Outlook for Mac keeps asking for password on exchange
- Try Support and Recovery Assistant tool (SaRA) to solve Outlook 2016 issues.
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