Why Em Client Keeps Asking For Password?

Several users have been facing some issues with eM Client lately. One of the most frustrating problems is that they are repeatedly prompted to enter the password while using eM Client. This scenario is more prevalent among users who utilize the Office 365 account in eM Client. Even though you enter the correct username and password, eM Client prompts you to enter the “correct” password until you click on the Cancel button.

Em Client Keeps Asking For Password

On this page, we shall see why Em Client Keeps Asking For Password and discuss some troubleshooting methods to fix the issue.

Some of the reasons behind the problem and the tips to resolve them are provided here:

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You might have entered an incorrect password. (Although most of the users say that they provided the correct password, eM Client prompts them to provide the “correct” one). The very first step that you need to take here is checking the Capslock key on your keyboard. Passwords are case-sensitive, so if the Capslock key is on, you might have entered the wrong password.

Yet another cause of the problem could be two-factor authentication. If you have enabled two-factor authentication, it can interfere with your password. So, you might have to disable it.

In case the above instructions fail to solve the eM Client keeps asking for your password problem, continue with the next instruction.

Someone could have hacked your account. If this is the situation, then it indicates that your password is not valid anymore. One of the common symptoms of your account getting hacked is that you will be prompted for the correct password. So, you need to fix the problem accordingly.

  • Step : 1 Try removing your account (like your Office 365 account) from eM Client.
  • Step : 2 Then, re-add that account to eM Client. This procedure has fixed the issue for many users. Even though it might not work in some cases, it is still a troubleshooting method that you can try.

The above tips should help resolve the Em Client Keeps Asking For Password issue.

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