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Hotmail (old account) issue on Outlook 2007

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by wolf-uk, Feb 27, 2008.

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  1. wolf-uk

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    Hi Guys

    I have an old hotmail account so I can use programs such as outlook to view my e-mails which is what I have been doing for many years though Outllook 2002,2003 and now 2007. Everything has been fine up until this week when I started getting a 0x800cccf0 error. I have looked this up on google and it tells me that it happens when you have more than one hotmail account I don't and that is only for outlook 2002. I have attached a jpeg so you can see the error message in full. I don't know if it is a hotmail problem or not my NTL account is working fine. The PW is correct as I can log onto the webmail.

    Any Ideas

    Richard

    Running windows XP pro
     

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    Thanks for the quick reply that seems to have worked! Why is that can you tell me why!?
     
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    Hi

    Its working but it is diffrent to how I have been using it before, I never had the icons down at the bottom before see jpeg. I also had this txt doc and I'm not sure what it means!

    thanks for the help!
     

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