Your solution worked. In any case, thunderbird fails to login to the msn account regardless if I can ping pop3.live.com or if is timing out. Apart from technology his other interests include cricket and rock music. Windows Live Mail Error Id: 0x8de00005 I tried it again now and I'm still getting the timeouts on pop3.live.com.
It is common for mobile laptops to get that error when connected away from the home ISP. Windows Live Mail Error Id 0x800ccc90 Of course, on thunderbirds side, it fails to authenticate. If authentication is required by your provider, click the Settings button. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/windows-mail-imap-038-gmail As mentioned before, If I try to add a microsoft email, it fails to authenticate.
And sure enough the attempt immediately showed up under recent activity. Windows Live Mail Error Id 0x800ccc0f If you want to keep two-step verification (which is more secure, after all), then you need only generate an app-specific password for Thunderbird (and other 'dumb' apps). EAFiedler, Jan 3, 2009 #2 larguy Thread Starter Joined: Sep 24, 2008 Messages: 12 Thanks for info from EAFielder. No, create an account now.
Refresh might take a couple of minutes and while it happens nothing much web based will work. http://www.vistax64.com/vista-mail/59727-authentication-error.html It shows every log-in attempt and if the attempt was made by my firefox browser or through pop3 and whether it succeeded or failed. Windows Live Mail Error 3219 If I log in directly from the web browser into the MSN email account it works fine. Windows Live Mail Error Id 0x8007007a So something is screwy with the pop I guess?
The password fails to authenticate. http://jactionscripters.com/windows-live/vista-windows-mail-an-unknown-error-has-occurred.php Our mail servers do not require > an SSL connection, SPA, or any kind of authentication. Our mail servers do not require an SSL connection, SPA, or any kind of authentication. My guess would be firewall, but to be sure. Windows Live Mail Error Id 0x800ccc0e
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I've followed all of the instructions to a tee but while my outgoing mail is going ok my incoming mail is not. Windows Live Mail Settings Fix Error 0x800CCC0B in Windows Live Mail Open up Windows Live Mail and click on the Accounts tab. None of the authentication methods are supported by your IMAP Server (if any) are supported on this computer." I've turned off the firewall and spam filters too and that didn't work.
Created by Anand Khanse. Modified May 25, 2014 at 3:39:00 AM PDT by teeness teeness Posted 5/25/14, 3:44 AM Question owner OK, the pop3.live.com has gone back to timing out when I ping it. Account: 'Gmail', Server: 'pop.gmail.com', Protocol: POP3, Port: 110, Secure(SSL): Yes, Socket Error: 10060, Error Number: 0x800CCC0E. Gmail Imap Settings By default, the option titled Use the Same Settings as My Incoming Mail Server is selected.
Thunderbird does show the prompt fine and it appears to save the password correctly and the password does show up in the tools/passwords area/show password. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I'm thinking that maybe when I changed to google dns this "fixed it" there was just a delay. have a peek here See related articles: Common Errors with Outlook (by Google) Setup and Use Email Service To return to CTI's menu of Error Fixes, click here or use the back arrow at the
Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. teeness Posted 5/25/14, 2:15 AM Question owner Hi. They all go to Outbox. It's back and forth.
I verified my mail server settings and deleted and rekeyed. I've made sure the > client program has none of those checked off, both on the Servers Tab, and > the Advanced Tab. One thing I've noticed now is when I restart everything, immediately after I can ping pop3.live.com. When I changed it back to the isp dns, it now no longer times out when i ping pop3.live.com.
Yes I tried logging in via the browser and it works fine. Fix: In your POP email client program, click File > Folder > Compress All Folders.