Error on sending mails with Outlook 2003

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Why is it that when I’m sending e-mail with Outlook 2003, the e-mail doesn’t go thru and the following error message pop up instead:  ”Task Task 'pop.mail.yahoo.com – Sending' reported error (0x800CCC0F) : 'The connection to the server was interrupted. If this problem continues, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP)'"? I’ve fiddled around a little to see what’s causing the problem but I wasn’t able to detect it. This problem has been causing me headaches for 2 days. How can I resolve it?

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Best Answer by Paul jolie
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Error on sending mails with Outlook 2003

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Hi James,

You need to switch your SMTP outward mail to your other account.  I think that you are getting that error because you are using client mail program like outlook 2003. For you to use that kind of program I suggest you to upgrade from free yahoo mail into yahoo mail PLUS.  You will be able to use client mail program and will have pop access after upgrading to yahoo mail PLUS. You can also log in and send/receive emails on yahoo mail without getting such errors.

To know more about yahoo mail plus, you can visit the link below

-Zorian

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Error on sending mails with Outlook 2003

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Hello James Hayes,

I think you tried to send emails by SMTP connection or the size of the emails you tried to send was larger than the size limits of SMTP. This problem also can occur due to corruption of emails.

To solve this error you should try to re-send the mails after reconnecting. The size of emails you want to send should be checked. You can use inbox repair tool, which is provided by MS outlook to fix all outlook related errors, but the corrupted files can’t be fixed by this. You can use PST repair tool to overcome it.

If all the above ways will fail to solve the outlook error 0x800CCC0F, then you must use outlook 2003 repair tool.

Hope this will solve your problem.

Paul Jolie.

 

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