Reported error (0X800CC0F) the connection to the server was interrupted - need help with this one

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  1. Sean

    Sean Guest

    I am receiving this error message on a client workstation, none of the
    other 4 users on the LAN are receiving this error. They are using
    Outlook 2002 connected through an ADSL modem.

    The user still can send and receive e-mails but this error message
    always appears.
    Any one have any ideas?

    Reported error (0X800CC0F) the connection to the server was
    interrupted

    Sean
     
    Sean, Jan 27, 2004
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  2. Sean

    Guest Guest

    For those of you that have been getting "Sending and Receiving reported error .... connection to server was interrupted" as I have, try creating a new HTTP email account, send and receive a couple of messages from that account and your old account, and then remove that new HTTP account. I did this and the problem magically went away as mysteriously as it appeared. - Dave
     
    Guest, Mar 4, 2004
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  3. Sean

    jeefo

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    Solution

    Two Questions to ask:
    1. Did you have the IP Address of the mail server changed recently during probably migration or maintenance?
    2. Do you an Anti-Spam software installed or an Anti Virus agent on the server?

    If you did answer yes to either of the questions above then perform the following:
    a) Create a new mailbox enabled account for testing purposes only.
    b) configure the account in your mail client software and send email to yourself. Now download your mails to see if it was
    successful.
    c) If not successful, then it is a general problem. meaning - mail server problem.
    d) Uninstall or disable the anti spam or the anti virus software. Ensure to halt its running services is uninstall option is too
    hash. My preference is to uninstall, however you must plan this carefully.
    e) Perform Step B again.

    Computer problems do not disappear mysteriously; something must have occurred.
    Good luck then.
    Jeefo
     
    jeefo, Aug 27, 2007
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    Two Questions to ask:
    1. Did you have the IP Address of the mail server changed recently during probably migration or maintenance?
    2. Do you an Anti-Spam software installed or an Anti Virus agent on the server?

    If you did answer yes to either of the questions above then perform the following:
    a) Create a new mailbox enabled account for testing purposes only.
    b) configure the account in your mail client software and send email to yourself. Now download your mails to see if it was
    successful.
    c) If not successful, then it is a general problem. meaning - mail server problem.
    d) Uninstall or disable the anti spam or the anti virus software. Ensure to halt its running services is uninstall option is too
    hash. My preference is to uninstall, however you must plan this carefully.
    e) Perform Step B again.

    Computer problems do not disappear mysteriously; something must have occurred.
    Good luck then.
    Jeefo
     
    jeefo, Aug 27, 2007
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