> password expiration was halted, elpfullyexpire (or forget) usersgt;
> passwords anyway?
Entourage does not store that information. It comes directly from your
Active Directory servers when Entourage attempts authentication through
The "impending password expiration notice" was just that, impending.
Your boss was being notified that he'll soon have to change his
password, not change it immediately. Entourage will do this too starting
about six days before the change is required.
My guess is that your Entourage users saved their passwords, which are
stored in the Mac OS X keychain, and later you had your "change
password" training. They all changed their passwords. Then they launched
Entourage. Entourage tried the old saved password and told them "This
password doesn't work. Do you want to try a different password?" Users
enter their new password and everything worked.
This is normal behavior.
Or did your AD admin disable password expiration notifications but not
disable password expirations themselves?
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