I have a new laptop with Windows Live Mail. Though the program receives mail without problems, I keep getting a sending email error. Configured the incoming and outgoing servers as per instructions from the ISP but Windows Live Mail refuses to send email. Messages keep lying in the Outbox and I have to delete them manually. I’ve tried everything the ISP support told me and it hasn’t worked.
There can be any number of reasons why you are getting a sending email error in Windows Live Mail (or other Microsoft email clients such as Outlook Express). Typically, the error message also contains an error number but these are generally esoteric and offer little or no help. On this page we shall be tackling the 0X800CCC0B error number.
If you get a sending email error (number 0X800CCC0B) in Windows Live mail (as shown in the image above) or Outlook Express, here is a quick way to solve it. Please understand that this tip may not work, in which case I suggest contacting the ISP.
Most probably you won’t get a sending email error now. But as I mentioned at the start, the roots of this problem may lie elsewhere. So if you still cannot send email, please refer that link for further troubleshooting tips.
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