Microsoft Error


J

John

Hi, When I open Microsoft Outlook, I'm getting the following error.

Unable to poll for new messages on your HTTP server. Account: 'Hotmail',
Server: 'http://services.msn.com/svcs/hotmail/httpmail.asp', Protocol:
HTTPMail, Server Response: 'Forbidden', Port: 0, Secure(SSL): No, Error
Number: 0x800CCC33

I've seen message on here regarding "downloading the connector". How do I do
this?
Also, I'm operating on Microsoft Window 98
Thanks.
John
 
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G

Gordon

John said:
this?
Also, I'm operating on Microsoft Window 98
Thanks.
John

98??????? You REALLY ought to upgrade. Even XP as far more secure than
98.......

What version of Outlook?
 
J

John

Hi Gordon, How do I determine the Version?
Yes, I need to upgrade, but this computer has been doing exactly what I
need. So, I can't see spending the money right now.
Thanks. I appreciate any assistance you can give me.
 
G

Gordon

John said:
Hi Gordon, How do I determine the Version?
Yes, I need to upgrade, but this computer has been doing exactly what I
need. So, I can't see spending the money right now.
Thanks. I appreciate any assistance you can give me.

Open Outlook and do Help-about. I expect that it will be 2002 or earlier....
 
G

Gordon

John said:
Version 6.0.2800.1123

That's not Outlook - that's Outlook EXPRESS.

This newsgroup is for support of Outlook
97/98/2000/2002/2003/2007 from the Office suite of products. Outlook
Express is actually a separate program despite the similar name.

Repost in
news://msnews.microsoft.com/microsoft.public.outlookexpress.general
or try an OE help website such as http://insideOE.tomsterdam.com. If you're
accessing the Microsoft newsgroups through the MS Product Support
Services "Community Newsgroups" web interface, click
http://www.microsoft.com/communitie...px?dg=microsoft.public.outlookexpress.general
Good luck!
 
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