After typing this in it will the > request will come up again. Troubleshooting Outlook Express Error 0x800C0131 When you start Outlook Express or try to send an e-mail message, you may get one of the following error messages: - MSIMN caused an invalid Go to solution 0 Kudos 8 REPLIES Posted by reasd 01-14-2012 02:40 PM Silver Problem Solver View All Member Since: 02-22-2007 Posts: 6,247 Message 2 of 9 (10,269 Views) Re: Invalid Try changing it in My Account. this contact form
Account: 'mail.resource24.net', Server: 'pop3.norton.antivirus', Protocol: POP3, Server Response: '-ERR', Port: 110, Secure(SSL): No, Server Error: 0x800CCC90 - Error Number: 0x800CCC91 Solution This error message is caused by the fact that you have you got apennorth to put in here ?SincerelyIDG Message 1 of 47 (10,334 Views) Reply idg Aspiring Contributor Posts: 6 Registered: 08-02-2010 0 Re: email Error Number: 0x800CCC92 Options Try deleting the Outbox.dbx file, although please note this will permanently delete any messages still in the outbox. · Close Outlook Express. · Right-click the Start button on your PC's desktop Message 10 of 47 (9,513 Views) Reply « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next » « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Links about this site BT
If you are still getting this error message after completing the above basic checks, please contact technical support. 0x800CCC7D, 0x800CCC79, SMTP rejected recipients (sending e-mail to invalid e-mail address), Server does Type folders.old, and click OK. Subject 'How are you?', Account: 'Test (Resource)', Server: 'smtp.xxxxxxx.xxx', Protocol: SMTP, Server Response: '550 relaying to prohibited by administrator', Port: 25, Secure(SSL): No, Server Error: 550, Error Number: 0x800CCC79 Solution This I think this can mean three things:1, The password in the Outlook settings are wrong,2, The password is being transmitted with errors (corruption by network or malware on both machines?)3, Something
and eventual sponstaneous recovery.It has niggled me for many years (and not just with BTYahoo!) that ISP's do not, like other utility providers, give any notice of actions they know will Donna "Tim Callaghan" wrote: > > On Windows mail whenever i click on "send/recieve", it comes up with a > request for my username and password. Click the Run... So I posted again.
Real Geek Forums > Archives > Operating Systems > Windows Vista > Windows Vista Mail > Error: 0x800CCC90, Error Number: 0x800CCC92 Error: 0x800CCC90, Error Number: 0x800CCC92 Posted: 07-04-2007, 06:57 PM Tim Start Outlook Express again. At the moment there is no known fix for this other than to try and only use one mode at a time. More about the author Troubleshooting Outlook Express Error 0x800CCC90/91 You may get the following error message: - There was a problem logging onto your mail server. -Your UserName was rejected.
No spaces. Click on your e-mail account from the list, and click Properties. Check out our plans at http://www.mediacatch.com (under Products & Solutions). Your problem could be about someting that comes up once in a while, which is that Comcast "forgets" passwords from the point of view of the mailservers.
Was this answer helpful? http://helpdocs.westserver.net/v3/sitemanager/Troubleshooting_Outlook_Express.htm The emails I want I then download in Outlook Express 6.Occasionally, OE6 puts up a log-on confirmation box, with server ID, my address and my password all there. Protocol: SMTP, Port: 25, Secure(SSL): No, Error Number: 0x800CCC0B (Views: 3016) Language: CzechDanishDutchEnglishFrenchGermanItalianNorwegianPortuguese-brPortuguese-ptSpanishSwedishTurkish Quick Navigation Portal Home Client Area Knowledgebase Submit Ticket Downloads Order Search Knowledgebase Downloads Client Login Email Password I had to change my password for three days in a row, because EVERY one I changed to was ruled invalid the next time I logged onto Comcast, yet all achieved
hello BT ? weblink If it is correct, you will get a message +OK user has 0 visible message <0 hidden> in 0 octets. You will then be connected to the e-mail server. If you can do this, you have connected to your server and so the problem lies somewhere with Outlook Express.
Which one? (Eg; Windows Live mail, Outlook, a smartphone etc.)Which browser/version do you use? As per previous comment it feels like the best solution is to wait until it goes away. My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages navigate here Try renaming the Outbox.dbx file, although this will permanently delete any messages still in the outbox: Close Outlook Express.
So I just close it and try later. Anybody there ?Ian G. Besides that, McAfee and Norton are not compatible with Windows Mail and should be uninstalled. -- Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM Do not send mail.
Generated Wed, 07 Dec 2016 15:37:48 GMT by s_wx1193 (squid/3.5.20) Browse Register · Sign In Español Sign In Welcome to Comcast Help & Support Forums Find solutions, share knowledge, and get Mypaint "Peter Foldes" wrote: > Which Anti Virus client are you using. The numbers there may be different depending on how much mail you have waiting on the server. If you're still having problems, it could be that Outlook Express is itself corrupt.
If this is OK, your Modem could be configured improperly. Could it be geographical in some way ? For information on how to do this please refer to the ADSL modem setup instructions or the installation cd that was provided with your modem · If you're still having problems, his comment is here I've been in the same situation multiple times before.
I can go round this loop until I get tired of it, and click cancel, whereupon I get error message Error Number: 0x800CCC92 (or a whole series of them).On the face You should now be able connect and access your e-mail. 0x800CCC91, POP3 username invalid Problem: You may get the error message (with yourdomain.com replaced with your actual domain name): Your UserName Account:'yourdomain', Server 'pop.yourdomain.com; protocol: POP3, Port:110'Secure(SSL):No, Socket Error:11001,Error Number 0x800CCC0D. It could well be Norton anti pc software.
And put up an alternative hypothesis that covers the facts, of which the most conspicuous to me are (1) the direct access/3rd party access divide and (2) the no local system Still having problems with this error message? It's so easy to mutter about 'your settings' and imply it's all the user's fault.We're talking about an email service provider ! To fix this problem: open Outlook Express, and click Tools from the top bar.
Which is what usually happens. Don't forget to change it in your email client after changing it via the Comcast web site.