Typically, users who encounter emails when sending emails encounter Windows Live Mail error 0x800CCC92. In simple terms, this error is encountered when sending and receiving e-mails via Microsoft Outlook. This is why it is also called send-receive the reported error 0x800ccc92. The consequences of this error may be more dangerous or may increase the risk of data loss. This can make an Outlook PST file inaccessible or unreadable to users after reaching a specific corruption point. The slow processing of Outlook, the blocking of MS Outlook and other common Outlook blocking problems are signs of Windows Live Mail 0x800CCC92 error.
- Incorrect information about the username and password
- Corrupted Outlook PST Data File
- Assorted incorrect settings to Outlook when setting up the account
- PST oversized file
- Regular failure of POP3 and SMTP protocols from the server
- Incorrect synchronization between Outlook and the server
- Outlook emails infected by the virus
So how do you get rid of this error and server error 0x800CCC90 – they are related. You can redefine the email account in Windows Live Mail. But this may not be a good idea when you already have messages downloaded and stored on your computer. Here are the steps to follow.
- Start the Windows Live Mail email client.
- Click “Tools” from the top menu and choose “Accounts“.
Don’t see “Tools” at the top? That’s because you have the Windows Live Mail toolbar Refer that link to activate / unhide it.
- A pop up will be displayed showing you all the email accounts in Windows Live Mail. Select the one that’s giving you the error and then click the “Properties”
- Another pop up window shows all the settings associated with this account.
- Under the “Servers” tab double check the “E-mail username” and “Password“. One of them would definitely be incorrect which is resulting in the Windows Live Mail error ID 0x800CCC92.
- To avoid having to enter the username and password each time, check the box in front of “Remember password“.
- Once you make appropriate changes, click the “Apply” button followed by “OK“. Close the other pop-up window.
This should end both the errors, 0x800CCC92 (Windows Live Mail) and Server error 0x800CCC90!