Dealing With Error 800ccc0e

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Your IMAP command could not be sent to the server because of errors other than those related to the network. For example, this may indicate a lack of memory on your system. My system returns error code 800ccc0e. I am continually receiving this error and I have disabled the analysis of the MSE period. I did not receive the message, but the error persists when I reactivate it. Is there a way to create an exception or associate degree facility, or not interfere with MSE with live mail?

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Dealing With Error 800ccc0e

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1. Open the Microsoft Outlook program that encounters this error and click File.

2. Go to the Data >> Account Settings >> Account Settings page for all procedures.

3. In the account listed, click the ID that Yahoo designed, and then click the Edit button.

4. An account edit window will appear in which you will need to click on a variety of settings.

5. The Net E-mail Settings area opens. Here, you must click the Advanced tab, and in the Root folder path box, type the following: Inbox. Then click OK to update all the changes.

6. Close all Microsoft Outlook windows and restart it.

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Dealing With Error 800ccc0e

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Error code “0x800CCC0E” is probably the most common error that you may encounter with Microsoft Office Outlook or Microsoft Outlook Express. The full error reads:

“The connection to the server has failed. Account: ‘your_account’, Server:’your_SMTP_server’, Protocol: SMTP, Port: 25, Secure (SSL): NO, Socket error: 10061, Error Number: 0x800ccc0e”

When you encounter this error, first thing you should do is check your Office Outlook’s account for correctness. You need to check and make sure that your incoming server, outgoing server, username, and password are all correct. Make sure the port numbers and protocols used are correct. To verify that all these settings are correct, you need to consult your email service provider for the correct settings.

They usually provide a guide for the proper settings when creating an account with an email client like Mozilla Thunderbird and Microsoft Office Outlook. Once you verify that all settings are correct, try sending an email again to see if it works. If this doesn’t work, check if your internet connection is working. Open your web browser and visit a website.

If your internet connection is fine but you still cannot send an email, your antivirus is probably blocking the email communication. Try disabling your antivirus temporarily then send an email again.

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