The best way around this is to export the schedule first in schedule+
interchange format. Then after configuring the client to connect to
the exchange server, start schedule+ with ctrl+shift held. This will
let you clear your server schedule including the password.
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> Prevously, my users were running Schedule+ 7.0 and ran the Exchange
> Client that came with Windows 95. The clients were configured with the
> Microsoft Mail information service. After migrating to Exchange Server,
> I installed the Exchange client 5.0 and Schedule+ 7.5 for my users.
> The problem is when my users open up their Schedule+ 7.5 for the first
> time and try to use their old *.SCD file, they are prompted for a local
> and shared schedule password. What password is this, is it their old
> MSMail password or an NT login password? I've had users who've not been
> able to use their old .SCD file because they can't figure out which
> password it is. Is there anyway to disable this?
> Thanks in advance!