What is Error Number 0x800CCC0E and How to Fix It?

Error Number 0x800CCC0E occurs when there is a problem with Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, or Windows Mail. Error 0x800ccc0e is usually caused by a conflict with Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) servers while using your E-mail program. The exact error messages may look like:

SMTP, Port: 25, Secure (SSL): No, Socket Error: 10051, Error Number: 0x800CCC0E

SMTP, Port: 25, Secure (SSL): No, Socket Error: 10060, Error Number: 0x800CCC0E

SMTP, Port: 25, Secure (SSL): No, Socket Error: 10061, Error Number: 0x800CCC0E

What causes Error Code 0x800ccc0e?

Error code 0x800CCC0E is triggered because Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express or Windows Mail is not able to make a proper connection with the SMTP server and therefore you are not able to send E-mail messages. Fortunately, error number 0x800CCC0E is quite easy to fix.

How To Fix Error Number 0x800ccc0e?

In order to fix error number 0x800ccc0e, you will need to make sure that your e-mail account settings are correct and that PORT 25 is the port used in the SMTP area – except specifically told to use another port by your Internet Service Provider (ISP ). It's possible your ISP has started to block the standard Outgoing Mail Port (25). You may need to consult your ISP's support pages to get the SMTP e-mail settings.

You can also get error 0x800ccc0e messages when you have anti-virus or firewall software enabled on your pc. Turn the anti-virus or firewall off for a moment and try to send your email again. If it works then the security software is the problem and you will need to contact your ISP for help.

Other Solutions to Windows Errors and Slow PC Performance

Many computer errors are usually caused by corrupt or missing Windows Registry data after removing or installing programs. The Windows Registry is the engine of the Windows operating system. Without it, Windows would not be able to run.

When you install and uninstall software the Windows Registry gets overloaded with "junk" information, which can cause errors and slow down your PC performance.

The best thing you can do, to stop your computer from getting more error messages or further registry corruption, is to repair and clean your Windows Registry.



Source by Jop De Vries

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