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The Outlook 0x8000CCC0D error is simply a connection error – it’s in the error message. How to fix the Outlook 0x8000CCC0D error requires a small survey.
Outlook and Outlook Express both report this error number if they cannot find or connect to your mail server.
Understanding what is happening is quite easy. The repair requires some additional information.
Unfortunately, many people seem to focus on the error number at the end – 0x800ccc0d. This can be useful, and the search is easy, but they do not have all the additional information that Outlook provides in error. More precisely, this:
The host ‘wrongmailserver.com’ could not be found.
Check the proxy settings
- Click the Start button in the corner of the system, then search in the control panel.
- Once the control panel is open, click on Network and Internet.
- Then go to Internet Options, then open the Internet Property Window.
- Then click on the Connections tab, then on LAN Settings at the bottom right to make sure that the automatic detection settings are enabled for the automatic configuration option.
- Today, most LAN configurations no longer require proxy server settings.
Clean the Boot Windows
A good start for Windows is the situation where you force Windows to start only with the minimum number of services and programs required to run Windows. The Clean Boot State can be used to solve Windows problems such as boot problems, slow performance problems, crashes, etc.
The Windows Clean Boot status is often used to diagnose problems that may occur after an automatic Windows update, software or device driver installation.
Enable the Hidden Files and Folders view.
Open the Windows Control Panel, open Folder Options, and then click the View tab.
Then select the Show hidden files, folders and drives option, then click the OK button.
Start Windows in safe mode
To access your system’s boot manager, press the Ctrl + F8 key combination during the boot process. Select the desired safe mode to start your PC.
Start the safe mode directly from Windows.
- Click on the Windows button → On/Off.
- Hold down the Shift key and click Restart.
- Click on the Troubleshooting option, then on Advanced Options.
- Then go to Advanced Options and click on Startup Settings.
- Click Restart under Startup Settings.
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