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Outlook Express 6 error 0X80004005

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by azhat, Jun 19, 2003.

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  1. azhat

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    When I send a "link" using my hotmail account, via outlook Express 6.0, I get an error messsage:
    Socket error 12019
    Error number 0X80004005
    The email will just sit in the "sent items" folder. Then, If I synchronize the account, the email will be sent.
    All other emails seem to be sent without any problem.
     
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  3. azhat

    azhat Thread Starter

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    I'll check the link. An added note, this error message started happening after I upgraded from OE5.5 to 6.0.
     
  4. azhat

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    I have no idea what they are talking about at that link.
     
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    Starting at post 4... your problem is addressed.<BR>Remaining posts give the proper step by step fix.
     
  6. azhat

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    Even though we have the same error message appear, we dont have the same problem. IMO that fix wont help me. My problem occurs when I send a message while the other person has an error when opening OE.
     
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