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Outlook 2003. Email Trouble.

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by tabspace, Apr 30, 2007.

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  1. tabspace

    tabspace Thread Starter

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    For some reason, I cannot receive emails now on my outlook on this pc (work). My home PC works fine.

    I even run the "test account settings" and everything works, except I dont receive the outlook test message. I do the the files up on the webmail, but for some reason they are not downloading. I am able to send emails.

    I get the following error.

    Receiving' reported error (0x800CCC0F) : 'The connection to the server was interrupted. If this problem continues contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP). The server responded: +OK 27061 octets follow'

    and the same message, but

    +OK 3753 octets follow

    for the second email address.


    These both reside with the same ISP, but on seperate servers.
     
  2. tabspace

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    its not outlook. i tried and had the same problem with outlook express.

    maybe mcafee is interfering or another program. i tried disabling all of the components of mcafee, but didnt see any change. any way to stop it from running completely?
     
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  4. tabspace

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    it just started on friday. i am able to access the webmail from this pc or access pop3 from any other computer.

    thats one of the reasons microsoft says. below are the other reasons microsoft says it could be. those in red are the only possibilities.

    CAUSE
    These error messages may occur if Microsoft Outlook or if Microsoft Outlook Express cannot establish a connection with your e-mail server. These error messages are frequently caused by one of the following: \
    • Incorrect account settings
    • Misconfiguration of personal firewall software
    • Antivirus software
    • A bad modem
    • Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) size
    • Outlook Express has been removed from the computer or the installation is damaged
    • Your user profile in Outlook is damaged • An e-mail item on your POP3 server is damaged
     
  5. slurpee55

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    Any recent major updates?
     
  6. tabspace

    tabspace Thread Starter

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    Not really. I did install Nod32 antivirus. Maybe I should uninstall that.

    It's weird. Came to work today and all my emails came in, except for the ones from today.
     
  7. JackAndCoke

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    Sometimes whoever is running your e-mail server changes the ssl port that allows you to send and receive e-mail. Can you contact you e-mail provider for a faq?
     
  8. tabspace

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    i uninstalled nod32 and restarted and it brought in the emails from today.

    hopefully it will continue to bring them in in real time.

    i'm running the email server through a webhosting account. i am able to setup and manage all of the user accounts.

    it cant be something like that because i'm able to check the mail in outlook on the computer right next to this one. i have it on a kvm switch so its not a pain, but having emails in 2 locations is kind of annyoing. i'm always able to send from the main pc. so i;m doing that and once the emails download, it makes it almost normal.
     
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