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WindowsMail "the connection to the server has Failed"

I am unable to "Share" photos using that function of HP Photosmart Essential. Windows Mail, which is the default on my computer running Windows Vista Ultimate, fails to connect and provides this error message 0x800CCC0E

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  • stephaniecus Apr 03, 2009

    no matter what i do i cant send any photos

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