What city are you in, Judith? DaveA, Jan 3, 2009 #6 larguy Thread Starter Joined: Sep 24, 2008 Messages: 12 DaveA I switched port back to 25 from 587 for Port and also closed Windows Live Mail UN-BE-leivable… What's wrong with them? Typing in SMTP servers can be tricky business, so always double check what is typed in, as the Microsoft Outlook Express copy may mistakenly be prevented from accessing the mail. useful reference
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Subject 'test', Account: 'Gina ODS', Server: 'smpt.CityMax.com', Protocol: SMTP, Port: 587, Secure(SSL): No, Socket Error: 10060, Error Number: 0x800CCC0E Comcast suggest using port 587, my web store host says to use Advertisement Recent Posts News from the web #3 poochee replied Oct 9, 2016 at 11:51 PM Powerbank Compatibility... And get this, while on the phone they asked about my phone service and I said ah I do not have AT&T, I have Lingo VOIP.
I have tons of replies > that are stuck. > > This is my exact error message it gives, since last night, and it > continues to receive e-mails no problem Instead, it takes the end user hours of frustrating time on the phone spent with lower-level tech-support who have no idea that this change has even taken place. Go to the Advanced tab and verify that the port number for the outgoing (SMTP) server is still 587. Windows Live Mail Error Id 0x800ccc0e Socket Error 10060 If so, I am nor sure how to verify it is not blocking internet to the application or SMTP.
Click Advanced tab and change your Outgoing Server to 587 Click OK and then click Test Account Settings and you'll be fine. Comcast Error 0x800ccc0f AND WILLING TO EXCEPT ANY WAGE… "ANY WAGE"… AND ANYONE WHO WANTS TO OFFER HIM A JOB MAY CONTACT HIM AT steve_w.morgan (at) sbcglobal.net YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED… TRY HIM OUT Well, I had recently done that and had to do online chat with them forever and let them do remote access and nothing has been the same! https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-windows-live-mail-error-0x800ccc0e.786142/ For your own protection and that of other Comcast customers, we have taken steps to prevent further transmission of spam from your computer(s)." I smelled the BS right away and did
I'm in Indianapolis, if that helps. Windows Live Mail Error Id 0x800ccc0e Socket Error 10013 But my business email comes from a third party provider, and it was stopped cold. This helps some times after making a port change. Sign Up Now!
In the sending portion, change the port to 465, set the SMTP server name to "smtp.comcast.net," check the box or button to require SMTP Authentication. Marty? Comcast Error 0x800ccc78 I think they will cave shortly and open another port since several other employees, including several muckity-mucks at work, are or will have the same port 25 problem crop up shortly. Comcast Error 7 The error message says (fill in your own X): The connection to the server has failed.
Reply Frank says: June 17, 2008 at 8:28 am I have not read through the entire thread but I wanted to share what worked for me. see here The NEW blog! Had resigned ourselves to having to log on to the net to send files. Still can't send email using Outlook 2007. 0x800ccc0e Windows Live Mail Error
With all the excellent advice contained here, I was able to save myself many hours of frustration and get my email up and running again in a relatively short amount of I am not going to give up my yahoo mail. I came upon this site & tried the fix for #1 & so far for the past 1/2 hour it has worked on the desktop. this page It worked.
I have read through this entire blog and have tried everything mentioned and nothing is working. Windows Live Mail Error Id 0x800ccc0e Windows 10 Below is the message when Windows Mail trys to connect. Thank you.
Error 80072ee7 A computer commonly displays Windows Update error 80072ee7 when checking for Operating System (OS) updates ... Click OK. larguy, Jan 3, 2009 #5 DaveA David Trusted Advisor Joined: Nov 16, 1999 Messages: 13,015 Did you shut down Outlook and then restart it? Windows Live Mail Error Id 0x800ccc0b So if you have enabled encryption make sure the port number is 993, and if you haven't enabled encryption the port number should be 143.
Relist: Incomplete answer.I need help on why my Windows Mail will not pull mail from my Comcast.net server. You're not alone… Users all over the country are finding out daily that suddenly, for no apparent reason at all, they are unable to send mail if they want people to If not, feel free to let me know and I will cancel this question for you. http://dssoundware.com/windows-live/error-0x800ccc0e-in-windows-live-mail.php Had a nice rep who understood Mac Mail, and I got it working.
Thank you. Reply Mary says: October 7, 2008 at 11:35 pm I had the same error just come up and did the two things suggested above, change the port number and enable the Your best bet to confirm clean is to use a post infection scanner such as this one:http://tinyurl.com/justmal4Its free, install it, do a full scan. Relist: Incomplete answer.
After fixing his email account I sent a test message from his email to mine, and when I tried to reply to it I got the error message. Reply Scott says: October 16, 2007 at 8:09 am Ahh - port 465! The full text associated with the error may be: "The connection to the server has failed. I'm using a Mac, OS X 10.5.2 and Eudora 6.2.1.
Hellas Yes this is about ports. Up until recently, Comcast has been the only game in town. Server says that it is their problem, not mine! If they do not, ask if they have another port they recommend.
Reply Scott says: April 9, 2008 at 6:15 am Tracy - I'm with you! I have sent 5 differnt tests which have been successful. EAFiedler, Jan 3, 2009 #2 larguy Thread Starter Joined: Sep 24, 2008 Messages: 12 Thanks for info from EAFielder. I ran the Windows live thing, it asked for a username and password, which I did not know because I have never used it.
You might try asking Comcast if upgrading to a "business account" will solve your problem.