Receiving reported error (0x800CCC92) : Your Email server rejected

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    Guest Guest

    Receiving reported error (0x800CCC92) : Your Email server rejected your
    login. Verify your user name and password in your account properties.

    Outlook could not connect to the incoming POP3 mail server because the
    server did not accept your username or password.

    When i am trying to configure the Email account's in my remote place, i am
    getting the above error message. Even i am able to use web mail without any
    problem. But when i am using the Outlook i am getting this message. It's
    asking the Username and password for the domain(Network) Can i know is there
    any changes to be done in the Outlook. Please let me know for solve this
    problem.

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    Guest, Dec 24, 2006
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    Janet Guest

    When your email bounces back and in body notes " 553 Sorry, that domain
    isn't in my list of allowed rcpthosts ". then the link below will help.

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA011128331033.aspx

    Instead of reading the entire article, basically Go to Tools, menu, then
    Email Accounts, Change/View Email Accounts, Choose the Main Account you'd
    like to use, in the Settings Choose the Outgoing Server, lastly Check Box to
    authenticate SMTP authentication and Choose Use Same Settings As My Incoming
    Mail Server.

    If it requires Username and Password, then enter the same as your Incoming
    POP.

    Hope this helps :)
     
    Janet, Feb 15, 2010
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  3. Common knowledge and has little to do with the problem to which you were
    replying.
     
    Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook], Feb 15, 2010
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