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What is Outlook error 0x800ccc0f?

Microsoft Outlook is one reliable application that is mainly used for communication purpose. However similar to any other desktop program even Outlook application has problems of its own; and one such common problem with Outlook is error 0x800ccc0f. Many users encounter this error while trying to Send / Receive emails from email server. This error is often encountered specially while using older version of Outlook application such as Outlook 2003, 2002 and Outlook 2002. After encountering this error message you won’t be able to receive or send any further emails.

Why Outlook error 0x800ccc0f occurs?

You usually encounter this error message while Outlook application cannot establish a connection with your E-mail server. Outlook error 0x800ccc0f also called as time out error generally indicates that either network cable or modem has been disconnected. In this case you just need to update your Modem driver. There are various reasons responsible for generating this error message, the same has been listed below:

  • Outlook Express corruption
  • Improper MS Outlook account setting
  • Mail Server is unavailable or Down
  • Outdated or invalid drivers
  • PST file corruption or damage
  • Size of emails becoming larger than SMTP file size limit

How to fix Outlook error 0x800ccc0f?

Fixing Outlook error 0x800ccc0f is not very difficult. If this error comes as a result of connection dropped between the server and Outlook programs, then you can try to re-send it after re-connecting. You can also use the Inbox Repair Tool (scanpst.exe), which is inbuilt tool provided, by MS Outlook application for fixing minor issues of PST files. But if this inbuilt tool fails to fix the Outlook error 0x800ccc0f then it is better to go for third party application such as Remo Repair.

Remo Repair Outlook software is specially developed to deal with user queries like how to fix Outlook error 0x800ccc0f. This repair tool fix all types of PST file error and make PST file data accessible to user.