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Accidentally ended the session ?

Here's what you need to do - INSIST for assistance with the tech from tiscali with the windows mail client for configuration.

Don't mention the error code to them cause they don't do research.

15mins tops to do it.

As I said, there are some email server configuration that are off-limits to non-tiscali techs & non-subscribers.

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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How to fix Windows Live Mail Error ID 0x800ccc0e?


Error code 0x800ccc0e is usually caused by an incorrect SMTP port in your account setup.

First check your account settings for the account that is failing (may be in advanced settings).

The default port is 25, but many service providers block port 25 in favor of a different port. If you are getting the error using port 25, call your internet service provider and ask what port to use for SMTP.

SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is for sending mail only. For receiving mail, you would usually be using either POP3 (port 110) or IMAP (port 143). Most likely there is not a problem with your receiving setup.

BTW, your question has several answers posted on the internet and even a few YouTube videos that might help.

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The connection to the server has failed. Account '<account name>', Server: '<SMTP server name>', Protocol: SMTP, Port: 25, Secure (SSL): No, Socket Error: 10051, Error Number: 0x800CCC0E

To resolve this behavior, change the SMTP server for your e-mail account to use the MSN SMTP server. To do this:
1.In Outlook Express, click Accounts on the Tools menu.
2.Click the Mail tab, select the account that you want to change, and then click the Properties button.
3.Click the Servers tab.
4.Under Server Information, delete the entry that is in the Outgoing mail (SMTP) box, and then type smtp.email.msn.com.
5.Under Outgoing Mail Server, click to select the My server requires authentication check box, and then click the Settings button.
6.Under Logon Information, click Log on using.
7.In the Account name box, type you MSN Member ID (everything before the at sign (@) of you MSN e-mail address).
8.In the Password box, type your MSN account password
9.Click to select the Log on using Secure PasswordAuthentication check box.
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Getting the following message from windows live mail, any help appriciated Unable to send or receive messages for the email account. The connection to the server has failed. Server: 'mailin.manx.net'...


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If it is manx net then you can try accessing your e-mails by logging in on here.
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Please go to this link and u will be able to solve this. Its a POP3 server error

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from the data you have given, me, it sounds like you are using Either Outlook, or the bundled Windows Mail service.  
What is happening, is that an email your program is trying to send, an email with "test" in the subject line, but is unable to because it cannot connect to the server. looking at the string, I see several problems. make sure your settings are configured a mentioned below: 
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If this doesn't resolve your problem, refer to this page for more information. (Note: if you do not subscribe and pay in to a "Yahoo Plus" plan, this could also pose a problem, as Yahoo does not allow you to use third-party email programs with their "free" service, as they like to restrict it to webmail only. If you want a free email service that *does* however, I strongly suggest you check out google's Gmail service [what I use])

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