Fixed: Outlook error 0x8004060c

You would be hard-pressed to find a more stable e-mail client program than Microsoft Outlook. However, you can also make it produce error messages when it encounters a problem. The Outlook error code 0x8004060C is a good example. This error message is generated by Outlook when a PST file begins to exceed the storage limit.

 Error message is:

“The `Microsoft Exchange Server – Send’ task reported an error (0x8004060C): `The message store has reached its maximum size. To reduce the amount of data in this message store, select some items that you no longer need and delete them permanently.” read more

Troubleshooting: “Operation Failed” Attachment Error in Outlook

Sending a file or document to someone over the Internet is easy if you attach it to an e-mail message. However, some users complain about receiving an “Operation Failed” Attachment message in Microsoft Outlook. You can’t attach a file to new emails or when sending attachments to someone on a Windows 10 computer. Some users encounter this error when they open an email sent to them that contains an attachment with a Microsoft Word document.

The following solutions depend on the cause of the problem and the version of your Microsoft Outlook client. If you’re not sure what the problem is, you can follow each method individually and see if it works for you. read more

How to Troubleshoot: Outlook Error 0x80042109

Error code 0x80042109 usually occurs when users try to send emails through Microsoft Outlook. Their outgoing emails do not reach the recipient, and an error message and problems on the mail server appear on the screen. This problem does not seem to affect other system processes. It does not cause downtime, slowdowns, or system crashes. Needless to say, it only affects Outlook. In most cases, you will see the following error messages:

“Sending and receiving error reported (0x80042109): Outlook cannot connect to your outgoing mail server (SMTP).” read more

How do I fix the Outlook WebApp cannot download attachments

Outlook WebApp

Outlook Web App, now known as Outlook on the Web, from Microsoft, is a Web-based e-mail client that allows users to access Exchange Server mailboxes from any Web browser. Users can use the OWA access URL, account username, and password to access the mailbox in a Web browser. You can create and send emails with attachments using Outlook Web App and even work offline with Outlook on your desktop.

There is a problem with Outlook on the web where it stops downloading email attachments – it is limited or does not download attachments. This blog is designed to provide users with information on why the “Outlook Web App can’t download attachments” problem occurs and how to solve it. read more