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Solved - Error 0x800ccc0f in Outlook 2010 and 2013


If you are wondering about how to fix error 0x800ccc0f in Outlook 2010/2013, then you can skip the headache and figure it out by reading the blog. Initially, it might seem like a daunting task to understand the cryptic error codes, however, with a little guidance, you can solve the errors at the earliest. Most of us cannot comprehend the complex issues that might disrupt our daily activities and cause a problem. This blog will discuss an error with a code '0x800ccc0 and how you can resolve the problems.

While operating the Outlook, if the users get a "Sending / Receiving reported error 0x800CCC0F message on their main screen, then don't panic as this error can arise without any warning. To solve the problem, the user must be aware of the reason behind the problem and solve it. Below we have discussed a few common reasons which can cause the error 0x800ccc0f:

  • Unstable or slow internet issue with the Exchange server.
  • Any technical issue with the server settings.
  • File corruption of OST.
  • MS Outlook incoming or outgoing messages can be blocked by the Firewall.
  • Corrupted or incorrect Outlook profile settings.

How Can You Fix The Outlook Error 0x800ccc0f?

  • Determine The Internet Connectivity
    You can determine your machine's internet connectivity and don't forget to check the access gateway connection and the internet connection to the Exchange server. Make certain that the settings and configuration are not incorrect and recheck the settings.
  • Disable The Windows Firewall
    Make sure that you disable the anti-virus and the windows firewall as it can hinder the working of outgoing and incoming emails. To confirm if the problem persists because of this reason, we suggest you disable your anti-virus and the windows firewalls settings as mentioned below:
    • Go to the internet connection settings and right click on the properties.
    • You will find the option Switch off the firewall under the security tab.
    To be certain that you have cleared the pathways for outgoing or incoming emails, add the incoming and outgoing server name to Outlook Email accounts.
  • Examine The Profile Settings
    Examine the profile settings of the Outlook and if the settings are incorrect, then delete the current settings and create a new one. Once you create a new profile, then set it as the default profile.
  • Clear Any Suspicious Emails
    At times, suspicious emails are the reason behind the error so make sure you clear the suspicious emails from Outlook outbox and delete them without any delay. Clear your Outlook outbox if it is full.
  • Check The Router's MTU
    The Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) size of your router can also be a possible reason for the error or if you are facing any issue while receiving or sending emails. Once you check the router's MTU, then make the changes accordingly.
  • Start Outlook In Safe Mode
    You can start the Outlook in safe mode by opening Run in the Run dialog box and click OK. If the reason behind the error is a faulty add-in, then you can fix it by starting the Outlook in safe mode.
  • Use An Inbox Repair Tool
    If none of the above methods are working, then it might be possible that the corruption in the Outlook data file might be the cause of the error. You can fix it, by using an inbox repair tool. You have to locate it and launch it and follow the instructions cautiously as it can fix the Outlook OST file. This method is a great option if you have to fix the minor problems within the OST file. It might not work if the damage is severe within the OST file.
  • Convert OST to PST
    We highly suggest you select this option to fix the error as it works wonders. You can convert OST to PST file and import the converted file in Outlook. We recommend you opt for AxBlaze for converting OST to PST file. This software extracts all data within the OST file without losing any data or changing the original format. After accessing your data, don't forget to save it in Outlook. You can delete the OST file and once the connection is established, the OST file will be recreated again.

We hope after reading the blog, you will fix the error '0x800CCC0F' so don't lose your cool and try any one of the above methods to fix the error.

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