It seems like it started after the latest round of updates. If I have an Exchange account in Evolution, Evo opens a dialog box prompting for the Exchange password when I start it up, and freezes instantly. I can't type in the box or do anything else. Any idea what would have affected this? The updates, from yum.log were: Jun 26 03:05:14 Updated: NetworkManager-glib.i386 1:0.6.5-6.fc7 Jun 26 03:05:15 Updated: libsemanage.i386 2.0.3-2.fc7 Jun 26 03:05:19 Updated: policycoreutils.i386 2.0.16-6.fc7 Jun 26 03:05:22 Updated: NetworkManager.i386 1:0.6.5-6.fc7 Jun 26 03:05:28 Updated: selinux-policy.noarch 2.6.4-21.fc7 Jun 26 03:05:29 Installed: avahi-compat-howl.i386 0.6.17-1.fc7 Jun 26 03:05:34 Updated: libpurple.i386 2.0.2-3.fc7 Jun 26 03:05:57 Updated: gthumb.i386 2.10.3-1.fc7 Jun 26 03:06:01 Updated: perl-Net-DNS.i386 0.60-1.fc7 Jun 26 03:06:02 Updated: policycoreutils-gui.i386 2.0.16-6.fc7 Jun 26 03:06:16 Updated: selinux-policy-targeted.noarch 2.6.4-21.fc7 Jun 26 03:06:18 Updated: sysklogd.i386 1.4.2-8.fc7 Jun 26 03:06:19 Updated: flex.i386 2.5.33-9.fc7 Jun 26 03:06:21 Updated: NetworkManager-gnome.i386 1:0.6.5-6.fc7 Jun 26 03:06:38 Updated: pidgin.i386 2.0.2-3.fc7 Jun 26 03:06:46 Updated: shadow-utils.i386 2:184.108.40.206-15.fc7 Annoyingly, Evo attempts to connect to Exchange whenever I start it, if the Exchange account is active. Starting with the --offline option doesn't stop that. The only way around it is to remove the evolution-connector RPM and start Evo. Then the Exchange account is converted to have no server type. Outlook seems to work OK on my Windows machine. I don't think anything changed on the server side.