Troubleshoot error message 0X800Ccc0F in Windows® Mail
What are the consequences of error message 0X800Ccc0F in Windows Mail and its causes? How can the issue be resolved?
Windows Mail is an advanced new client from Microsoft Corporation. You can manage your email accounts by using the Windows Mail. You may at times receive some error messages while using your Windows Mail in your computer. Each error message points to a particular error. The error messages are actually the way to tell what is wrong or what issue you have encountered while you performing a task or operation. You can make a note of the error code and resolve the issues for the error codes.
The 0X800Ccc0F error message in Windows Mail and its reasons and the tips to fix the issues are discussed below:
- Symptoms of the error
- Causes of the issue
- Tips to fix the issue
Symptoms of the error
You may encounter 0X800Ccc0F error when you access your Windows Mail to send or receive emails. This could happen if you are using the Internet Message Access Protocol or Post Office Protocol 3 server in your computer and you will get the following error message “Your server has unexpectedly terminated the connection". Possible causes for this include server problems, network problems, or a long period of inactivity.
Causes of the issue
The main cause of the 0X800Ccc0F error message that you get on your computer is due to some problems prevailing with the bandwidth settings. This issue mainly happens if the Exchange Server administrator has made some settings that changed and enabled the bandwidth throttling in Exchange 2000 Server or in Exchange Server 2003.
To fix this issue, you can first contact your Exchange Server administrator to check if you need to disable the bandwidth throttling on the Exchange server. If you are one of the administrators on the Exchange server, you can follow these steps to disable the bandwidth throttling. For this you need to click on the 'Start' menu then navigate to Programs, and then to the Administrative Tools, and then click on the Internet Services (IIS) Manager. Here you need to right-click the websites, and then click on Properties. Now you can select the Performance tab, and then you need to delete the 'Limit total network bandwidth available for all Web sites on this server' option and click OK.
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