send/receive stopped working error message (0X80040600)


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DRH 55

All of a sudden my I get this error message when sending and rec. Yet when I
test account settings it processes as complete and I get the email on my
other computer. I reinstalled, cleaned out old emails, disabled firewalls.
and still get this error message.
 
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VanguardLH

DRH said:
All of a sudden my I get this error message when sending and rec. Yet when I
test account settings it processes as complete and I get the email on my
other computer. I reinstalled, cleaned out old emails, disabled firewalls.
and still get this error message.
What error message? You didn't show the actual error message, just a status
code that was part of the message. The test procedure sends a test e-mail
to your account and receives it from your same account. That is not a good
test to verify you can send e-mails anywhere other than to yourself,
especially to recipients on other domains.

You also never mentioned any of the following details:
- WHICH version of Outlook.
- What TYPE of e-mail account (POP, IMAP, HTTP/Deltasync, Exchange).
- WHICH version of Windows.
- The ENTIRE error message.

Based on the dearth of details you provided (just the error number), maybe
the following applies:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/814441


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johnson123456smith

If you are getting outlook error 0x80040600 during sending or receiving emails then you can't send or receive emails so you need to remove it. you canremove this error very easily because this error occurs due to missing pstfile so go to the location of Scanpst.exe and repair the pst file, scan whole system and try again. You can get more details from given link:
http://www.fixoutlookerror.com
 
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johnbell394

The outlook pst error 0x80040600 occurs when you try to apply policies thatput the pst file in update mode and replace mode in outlook. This is outlook inbox related error. You can't be able to open outlook inbox when you may receive this error. You can fix the error code 0x80040600 by using the inbox repair tool. to use this tool you have to download inbox repair tool and install it into the computer.
http://www.inboxrepairtooldownload.khozz.com
 

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