Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /home/alpinesu/public_html/knowledgebase/global.php on line 173

Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at /home/alpinesu/public_html/knowledgebase/global.php:173) in /home/alpinesu/public_html/knowledgebase/inc/ on line 111

Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /home/alpinesu/public_html/knowledgebase/global.php:173) in /home/alpinesu/public_html/knowledgebase/inc/ on line 111
Troubleshooting Outlook Express Error 0x800ccc90 .: Alpine Support Knowledge Base
Domain Names Dedicated Servers Templates
Alpine Support Knowledge Base Glossary   
Browse by Category
Alpine Support Knowledge Base .: Hosting Knowledgebase .: Linux Hosting .: Email .: Troubleshooting Outlook Express Error 0x800ccc90

Troubleshooting Outlook Express Error 0x800ccc90

Troubleshooting Outlook Express Error 0x800ccc90

The first step is to check your Outlook Express settings, making sure that the POP3 and SMTP servers are as in the screenshots, and that your full user name and password are correct.

Then test your connection by following this procedure.

Click the START button then RUN type in cmd on (Windows NT/2000/XP) or Command (Windows 95/98/ME). This will open a new command prompt window, with white text on a black screen.

Type in the following exactly as it appears. You will not see what you are entering so take it slowly, and if you make a mistake, start again:

 telnet 110

and then click the ENTER key on your keyboard. You will then be connected to the email server.

Type in USER followed by your email address e.g:


and then click the ENTER key. You will then get a message +OK Please enter your pass, with the PASS command

Type in PASS followed by your password e.g.

PASS joblog0370

and click the Enter key. If it is correct, you will get an OK Well done message.

If you can do this, you have connected to your servers Mail server and so the problem lies somewhere with Outlook Express.

If you can't get in this way either, it could be that your password has somehow become corrupted. Try changing it in My Account. Try again.

If this doesn't work, it may be that TCP/IP has somehow become corrupted within Windows. So try reinstalling TCP/IP. To do this:

Click START then select SETTINGS then select CONTROL PANEL then select NETWORK CONNECTIONS then right click your connection and click PROPERTIES

Click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and then click Uninstall
Then close down your PC and open it up again.

Follow the same steps as above, but instead of clicking Uninstall click Install.
On the screen which appears, click Protocol and then Add

Click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and then OK (You may be prompted for your Windows installation disk at this point.

If you run Windows XP, the process is slight different. You need to

Click START then RUN then type in Command

In the screen which appears, type in netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt

If you're still having problems, it could be that Outlook Express is itself corrupt. Check the Microsoft website for instructions on how to delete it and reinstall it, along with making a backup of your address books etc.

How helpful was this article to you?

Related Articles

article Troubleshooting Outlook Express Error 0x800CCC92
Troubleshooting Outlook Express Error...

  11-21-2004    Views: 19684   
article Outlook Error 0x800ccc0d or 0x800ccc0f
There has been some resent issues with Outlook...

  8-6-2004    Views: 38444   
article Microsoft Outlook Express

(No rating)  11-21-2004    Views: 2201   

User Comments

Add Comment
No comments have been posted.

.: Powered by Lore 1.5.9
Copyright ©2001 - 2006   Alpine Internet ABN 65 109 918 747