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Outlook 2007 Error message - Receiving Reported Error 0X80040900

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My client has been using Outlook 2003, but they have recently upgraded to Outlook 2007.  Their email has been working fine since the upgrade to Outlook 2007.  This morning, however, they started receiving the following error message while in Outlook.  "Receiving Reported Error 0X80040900 - The server name you entered cannot be found on the network.  It might be down temporarily.  Verify that you are online and that the server name is correct."  Incoming emails appear through their online Webmail Account, but the incoming emails are not downloading into their Outlook account.  They are also unable to send out emails from their Outlook account.  Their website is up - www.pretc.net - just having problems with the emails downloading into Outlook.  To me, this does not seem to be a problem with the hosting company that hosts the website and email, but rather a problem with their computer or Outlook program.  Any help is appreciated.
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