If you are having issues sending and receiving emails in Outlook, this blog is for you. It points out the most possible common errors and their ultimate solutions. We bring you 6 awesome tips to fix send/ receive error in Outlook.
For Outlook users, send/ receive error is a very common thing. Many users keep complaining about facing Outlook error code 0x80040610, which interrupts the emailing experience. Also, one cannot deny the server issues quite often. So, let’s have a glance at some of the most common errors in Outlook that might thwart your emailing experience.
- The server couldn’t be found.
- The server has unexpectedly terminated the connection.
- No connection issue might occur because the target machine refused it.
- Sending and Receiving error (0x80042109).
- Error: 0x800ccc15; 0x80042108; 0x800ccc0e; 0x800ccc0b; 0x800ccc79; 0x800ccc67; 0x80040900; 0x800ccc81; 0x80040119; 0x80040600.
- Time-out occurred while communicating with the server 0x800ccc19.
- Error 0x8007000c
- Error 0x8004210b
- Error 0x800C013b
Now that you are sure about one of the above-mentioned common errors, we bring you the following troubleshooting techniques. To resolve the send receive error in your Outlook, try the following methods one by one. Send a test email to your friend to check whether the issue is resolved.
#Method 1 – Check Good Internet Connection:
This is an obvious method to try and ensure the Internet speed is good. To check, start your web browser and type in any web address. You can type in Google.com. If you can do all the search-related activities without any issues, you are good to go with the other methods.
If not, you need to look for the troubleshooting steps in your browser. Fix the issue and send a test mail to check if the issue persists.
#Method 2 – Your Outlook Email Settings Should Be Correct:
To verify your Outlook email account settings, you need to –
- Open your Outlook and choose the account (for which you want to check the account settings).
- Go to “File” and select “Info”.
- Choose the “Account” and click on “Account Settings”.
- You will see a drop-down menu. Select “Account Settings”.
- On the “Account Settings” window, select the email address, and click on “Change”.
- Verify the Outgoing Server settings.
- Verify the “Advanced” settings.
- Test your settings – you will have to click the “Next” button. You will see a message that says “all tests completed successfully”.
- Click “Finish” and close the account settings window.
#Method 3 – Delete Suspicious Email Messages:
It is a known fact that suspicious emails may block your receiving error message in Outlook. To delete such email messages, adopt one of the following tricks –
- Contact your Internet Service provider (ISP) and ask them to delete all the suspicious messages.
- Or, you can access your mailbox by using the web-based email program of your ISP and delete the messages.
#Method 4 – Repair Outlook:
The next method involves repairing your Outlook. To do so –
- Restart your computer.
- Delete temporary files on your web browser.
- Close all programs and apps other than Internet Explorer.
- If you are using Outlook Express, select compact all folders –
- Go to “File” and click on work offline.
- No news or email folders should be left open. Check this from the folder list.
- Close it and go to File and select a folder.
- Click on compact all folders
- Try to Re-register on Outlook Express.
- Re-register the DLL Library files used by Outlook Express.
#Method 5 – Start Outlook in Safe Mode:
If you are using Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows Server, you need to –
- Click “Start” and click “Run”.
- Type “exe/safe”
- Click “OK”
If you are using the operating systems – Windows 10, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows 8.1, you need to –
- Select the Search Box in the Task Bar in Windows 10. Click “Start” in Windows Vista or Windows 7. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen and tap “Search” in Windows 8 or Windows 8.1.
- Type exe/safe in the Searchbox.
- Press the “Enter” button.
#Method 6 – Run Inbox Repair Tool to Repair .pst File:
You must know that a .pst file is a personal-folders file. It basically stores not just your emails but other data, calendar items, notes, and contacts. When the file gets corrupted, you will have issues sending and receiving emails in Outlook. To resolve –
- Exit Outlook and start the tool (it can be done automatically or manually).
- Repair the .pst file: To do so, you need to type the path and file name of your .pst file in the Inbox Repair tool. Or, you can select “Browse” to locate the file. Select “Start”.
- Step 3 involves recovering repaired items to a new .pst file.
Need professional help? Reach out to the certified technicians at Outlook Customer Support!