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Error 0x800CCC90, Can't download email [message #220647] Thu, 27 September 2007 08:53 Go to next message
Julie  is currently offline Julie
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I'm getting error 0x800CCC90 and Outlook 2003 is no longer able to download
my email from the Bellsouth server. I deleted and then added my email
accounts but that didn't work. I bought RegCure to repair any Windows
Registry defective files, but that did not work.

Any suggestions? I rather not uninstall Outlook since I will lose all of my
email, and I don't know if that would solve the problem.

Outlook will send email out, just not receive. When it does receive, it
just keeps receiving in the same 4 or 5 emails over and over again. I tried
my Outlook Express, and it has the same problem.

Thanks for any help. Julie.
Re: Error 0x800CCC90, Can't download email [message #220660] Thu, 27 September 2007 09:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
outlook  is currently offline outlook
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Do you have the full text of the error - there are a couple of things that it can be but right off this is what I came across. Also make sure that all your Office and Windows updates are installed. It could also be related to your anti-virus or firewall. Example if you using AVG turn of the Outlook integration.

These suggestions will at least get you started and hopefully resolve the issue.


http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=820669


Francine Otterson
Microsoft Outlook MVP
President, San Diego Outlook User Group



Re: Error 0x800CCC90, Can't download email [message #221074] Fri, 28 September 2007 08:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Julie  is currently offline Julie
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Yes, I have downloaded and installed all of the Office and Windows updates.
I use Norton Internet Security 2007. What is AVG? I will try turning off my
Norton to download the email, but Norton hasn't been a problem in the past.
This is my personal desktop PC at home. No network or anything. Here is the
full text of the error:

Task 'mail.bellsouth.net' - Receiving reported error (0x800CCC90) Your
incoming (POP3) email server hs reported an internal error. If you continue
to receive this message, contact your server administrator or internet
service provider. The server responded.



"Francine Otterson" wrote:

> Do you have the full text of the error - there are a couple of things that it can be but right off this is what I came across. Also make sure that all your Office and Windows updates are installed. It could also be related to your anti-virus or firewall. Example if you using AVG turn of the Outlook integration.
>
> These suggestions will at least get you started and hopefully resolve the issue.
>
>
> http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=820669
> --
> Francine Otterson
> Microsoft Outlook MVP
> President, San Diego Outlook User Group
>
Re: Error 0x800CCC90, Can't download email [message #221331] Sat, 29 September 2007 00:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Julie  is currently offline Julie
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I followed the instructions in the article, but it didn't help. The article
refers to Outlook 2002, whereas I have Outlook 2003, if that matters.

I turned off Norton and tried to download my email, but that didn't help
either. I uninstalled and reinstalled the Bellsouth software, which didn't
solve the problem either.

I don't know what else to do. I've been working on this problem for 3-4
weeks now. I'm beginning to think that Outlook will not work anymore.


"Francine Otterson" wrote:

> Do you have the full text of the error - there are a couple of things that it can be but right off this is what I came across. Also make sure that all your Office and Windows updates are installed. It could also be related to your anti-virus or firewall. Example if you using AVG turn of the Outlook integration.
>
> These suggestions will at least get you started and hopefully resolve the issue.
>
>
> http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=820669
> --
> Francine Otterson
> Microsoft Outlook MVP
> President, San Diego Outlook User Group
>
Re: Error 0x800CCC90, Can't download email [message #469414] Fri, 14 March 2014 07:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
methuejack  is currently offline methuejack
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If you are getting outlook error 0x800ccc90 it means that something missing with the POP3 (Post Office Protocol) which is incoming server. If the username and the password is incorrect and POP3 doesn’t verify it then you can receive outlook error 0x800ccc90 so if you are getting this error message then go to the account profile and be sure that the username and password are correct. If not correct then enter a valid and correct username and password. If it is not issue then go to the setting of POP3 and SMTP and verify that POP3 is incoming server and SMTP is outgoing server. If you will follow the given instructions then you can fix outlook error 0x800ccc90 easily.
Re: Error 0x800CCC90, Can't download email [message #469439] Tue, 25 March 2014 07:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mariysjenny83@yahoo.in  is currently offline mariysjenny83@yahoo.in
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If you are getting outlook error 0x800ccc90 and unable to download emails it means that something wrong with the outlook PST file or connection interruption between downloading emails. If the Server of incoming is not sated correctly I mean missing in the connection setting then it is the cause of this issue. So first scan the PST file to repair it by the default scanner called scanpst.exe or an external PST repair tool. Go to the account setting and fill the all required field and also go to the server setting and check that incoming server and outgoing server are correctly sated or not.
Re: Error 0x800CCC90, Can't download email [message #469481] Sat, 29 March 2014 08:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
DaisyZoe  is currently offline DaisyZoe
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Hey you can solve your problem by the using of this given steps:
• You should scan all corrupted PST file.
• You can repair PST file error with Inbox repair tool utility or PST repair tool utility. It is also known as scanpst.exe. That is default given by the Microsoft office.

Hope it will work well. These steps cannot solve your problem then you will also Outlook pst repair tool to easily solve or fix your MS outlook error from your computer.
Re: Error 0x800CCC90, Can't download email [message #469499] Tue, 01 April 2014 01:24 Go to previous message
Clark Kent  is currently offline Clark Kent
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Registered: February 2014
Location: United States
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Hi Julie,

If you are getting the error number 0x800ccc90 and unable to download emails then first check your Outlook server settings like POP3/SMTP.

Read and learn from the give link: Fix Outlook error 0x800ccc9


Note: If the above method does not work, then there can be corruption problem with Outlook database and in such condition, you should go for any third party recovery solution like Outlook Recovery Tool.

This tool helps to fix the Outlook errors in Minutes of times and restore the damaged Outlook PST data file into healthy PST, EML and MSG formats.

For more: http://www.en.pstrecover.org/


Thanks
Clark Kent

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