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Outlook Express Exchange 5.5 dial email error 0x00cccof

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I have a XP Pro notebook dial into a SBS $.4 Server exchange 5.5 set the acccout pop and smtp to ip address of server when send/rec start download 1 of 23 then error unexpectedly terminated error 0x800ccof. all accounts authenticate ok

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Have a look at the link below.  The suggestion is that you re-create your profile for Outlook or check your firewall isn't blocking access.

http://www.talkroot.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=32535
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