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I see the same error message about once a month.My POP servers are correct and I just reboot to fix this problem. I've always wondered why I have to resort to this procedure but it works.
I was getting this error almost daily and tech after tech at my ISP couldn't figure out why. A few of their suggestions would have been hilarious if I wasn't paying for a supposedly good service. Eventually, a supervisor figured out that as an anti-spammer measure, they count total numbers of recipients for the e-mails I send per day. Because I am in a private e-mail discussion group of 17 people and some days we post a lot back and forth, I was exceeding the limit and they were automatically suspending my sending of e-mails for a while. They agreed I'm not a spammer and raised my limit and the problem hasn't happened since. Their default limit was 250 recipients per day, but now I'm allowed 5000, which I'll never come close to. ZoneAlarm makes sure my system won't send messages to more than 30 people at a time, so even if my computer were infected (despite my firewall, AV programme, etc), the new limit won't be taken advantage of for spam. I don't know how many ISPs have that kind of daily limit, but no doubt some do. If others keep getting that error, it's something to ask tech support about, although if they're like my ISP, you may need to deal with a higher level tech or supervisor.
i have encountered this error and ihave done all troubleshooting regarding server settings and account infor mation but still i have the same error. then i have experimentally turn off the antivirus and my outlook express works.
This error can arise because the automatic updating system of your antivirus has reallocated port 110 &/or port 25 to its own server. In this case you will get an error message mentioning the antivirus maker's server. Solution in this case may be to uninstall the antivirus and try a different one. I had this problem with AVG Professional, unfortunately after I uninstalled it the 110 error problem was still there because the registry settings had been changed by the antivirus programme. However my email did still work even though I had the error code 2/3 times a day. It is possible that your antivirus supplier could help you if they are prepared to admit there is a problem. Otherwise uninstall Outlook Express and reinstall it.
I installed Outlook Express 2000 on Windows Vista. Unfortunately, I typed the wrong name under the outgoing server (extra character). I went to properties for that account, changed it, but when I hit send receive, it is still looking for the first, erroneous name. I then removed the account completely, got out of Outlook, re-opened, recreated the account from scrath, but I hit send and there it goes giving me the 0x800ccc0d error because it still "remembers" the wrong name I entered originally, even though the account was deleted. Thanks for your help.
Thank you, Thank you. I was just about to reinstall Windows. I could not retrieve my MSN email. If anybody is having trouble the new servers are POP3.LIVE.COM & SMTP.LIVE.COM
These servers replace the old POP3.email.msn.com
I'm glad I've found Leo... thanx again
Would you agree then, that if this error occurred in my computer after the ISP Server has changed its settings, their settings might be just not right? Our network recently changed to having proxy-settings and automatic IP-Addresses and using a server machine. Would you be able to tell those nosebears how to configure port liberation in a way that allows me to use it? They say they liberated ports 110 (Pop) and 25 (SMTP), however, it does not help. 11004 continues. By the way, spybot also cannot download updates anymore, naming 11004 too.
I have this error because I entered the pop details incorrectly. Every time I try to open Outlook express I get this message and then outlook freezes so I am not able to correct my error. Is there any way to alter the pop information I have entered without opening outlook express?
See my commet above. Yes, it was the ISP server, they had not correctly configured access (gatway!) by DHCP. Your comment "simply a failure to connect" helped a whole lot, because it made me go on and on with the server people, and after three weeks they finally reconfigured, and now it is fine. Thank you!
i am running a shared wireless network,host pc running xp with laptop running vista can receive emails on laptop cannot send emails via laptop
keep getting error message 0x800ccc0d are they incompatible
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