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

Repair: “Microsoft Exchange administrator has made a change that requires you quit and restart Outlook” error

This error most often occurs to users after migrating mailboxes from Exchange 2010 to 2013 or 2016. However, there are several reasons why your users may encounter the following Microsoft Outlook error:

“A Microsoft Exchange administrator has made changes that require Outlook to log out and restart.”

In this post, you’ll see that there are several reasons why this error can occur and that there are several ways to fix it.

What is the cause of the error?

A corrupted email settings file: If your Microsoft Exchange email account settings are corrupt, this may be the cause of the current Outlook problem. read more

How to resolve the Outlook error 80041004 in Windows

How to resolve the Outlook error 80041004 in Windows

The Microsoft Office suite is one of the most widely used emails and information managers on Windows devices. Although it offers great features and functionality, it is not completely free of bugs and flaws. Lately, most users report an error when trying to send or receive an email. The error displays Outlook error code 80041004, which indicates that the error may be caused by some type of file corruption.

Outlook error is most often caused by misconfigured files or settings in the application itself. In most cases, these problems can be resolved by simply restarting the PC or forcibly closing and restarting the application. But there are many cases of corrupted data, incorrect profile, etc., so you can follow the methods below. read more