Can’t figure out what is error 0x800ccc0f? Or are you unable to troubleshoot the MS Outlook Error 0x800ccc0f? If you are also aspiring for the same, then you are at the right place. So, sit back, relax and enjoy this tiny article till the end which will help you ditch the MS Outlook Error 0x800ccc0f.
When you send an email which is based on the SMTP, you get the error 0x800ccc0f “Your server has unexpectedly terminated the coordination”
The possible reason for the same error is Microsoft is conflicting its own products. For example; Windows firewall is blocking MS Outlook.
Cause: You must have enabled the antivirus e-mail protection.
Resolution: To get rid of the issue, disable the antivirus e-mail protection and the Windows firewall as well. Follow the steps below to do the same.
- Click Start and choose control panel.
- Double-click on the Network Connection.
- Right-click on the network with which you are connected at the moment.
- Hit Properties.
- Click on the Security and switch off the Firewall.
You must check the account settings of your email account configured with the Outlook. Follow the support centre of the email provider and download the pop3 settings. Update the account settings as it is in your email client.
- Open Outlook.
- Click Tools.
- Click E-mail Accounts.
- Click View or change existing e-mail account, and then click next.
- Now update the account settings including SMTP, mail servers and ports.
- Follow the on screen instruction to finish.
The second resolution would be to update the Outlook. Make sure that your system is configured to install updates automatically. Don’t forget to update the Windows regularly. If you are on the metered connection, your system won’t download and install the Windows updates automatically. You must ensure a fast and stable network connection. Make sure that Microsoft Office is also configured to receive updates automatically. Regular updates of the Windows as well as the MS Office products will keep away the error 0x800ccc0f.
If the problem still persists, call our certified MS Outlook support technicians on our toll-free helpline to get the prompt resolution.