Error 0x800ccc79 description
When you are using Outlook Express from Microsoft as your email client, it is possible that you may get errors sometimes. There is no need to panic because almost all users will get errors at some point of time in their life. Error 0x800ccc79 may be encountered when you try to send emails. Usually, this error is accompanied by a notification that the email was not delivered. The email will be returned to you indicating that the recipient can't be found. This is undesirable because bouncing email is something everyone hates.
Error 0x800ccc79 causes
Error 0x800ccc79 causes:
Normally, the error code 0x800ccc79 associated with Outlook Express indicates problems related to email servers. This error may be caused due to some changes in the configuration settings of your Outlook Express. Sometimes, the problem may be complex and it may require higher level authentication and verification. Rarely, your email may be sent even though error 0x800ccc79 is displayed.
Even though error code 0x800ccc79 is the same, the actual error may be something different. You may receive a response message that the server doesn't support SSL connection. Alternately, you can also get a message indicating that the mail is rejected by the server. Either way, it means that there is some problem with the server in accepting your email.
Error 0x800ccc79 is caused when the email client is configured in such a way to use SSL secure socket layer at all times. Email servers assume that you login to SMTP server properly and then you are good to go. However, some servers add this additional level of security.
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Troubleshooting Error 0x800ccc79
You can make error 0x800ccc79 by making some changes to your Outlook Express. These changes help you to bypass SSL completely, allowing you to send the email to any server of your choice. Now, open your Outlook Express and go to Tools. Click on accounts and choose email you are using. Now, go to properties and choose advanced settings. You will see two check boxes below This server requires a secure connection for outgoing mail SMTP and incoming mail POP3. You have to uncheck both the boxes. Now, SSL layer is completely bypassed.
If you have problems only in sending email, you can make small change to the automatic authentication system of your Outlook Express. Go to extras in your Outlook Express and click on accounts. Go to the email account properties and choose server tab. Make a tick mark appear on the checkbox beside My server requires authentication. This will automatically enable authentication and you can send mails without error 0x800ccc79.
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