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outlook 2010 send receive error for pop3 account

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Task 'aakashdeep_holidays@yahoo.com - Receiving' reported error (0x80042110) : 'Your POP3 server is providing inconsistent information. The number of messages returned by the STAT command does not match the number of items returned by the UIDL or LIST commands. Contact your POP3 or Internet service provider.'
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)
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Commented:
Open Control Panel, Mail, and delete the Outlook Profile (this deletes your account).  Close out and restart the computer.

Now make a new email account (which makes the Profile again). Make sure:

1. Incoming and Outgoing mail servers are correct
2. Outgoing server authentication is correct.
3. Ports and SSL in and out are correct.
Patrick BogersDatacenter platform engineer Lindows
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Hi

Delete the pop account and install a new imap account.
https://forums.yahoo.net/t5/Errors/error-0x80042110/td-p/192396

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Hello Sir,

I have created IMAP account, it is working fine but before I was using pop3 account to received emails on outlook. then I am not able to see all emails ( Imap account + pop account emails) into one inbox. If there is any idea so that I could keep both emails in same inbox please let me know.
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