Can't send emails in Outlook 2007


For a few days I haven't been able to send emails from Outlook 2007. Error
message is 0x800CCC67 - contacted ISP (Virgin ex NTL), who told me to contact
Belkin (I have a router), who referred me to Microsoft. Followed suggested
fixes but still doesn't work. Went back to ISP who said definitely Microsoft
fault and the error is not one that they support, and the account settings
are definitely correct. I can send and receive through the Virgin webmail.
I've tried adding an account, profile, etc. - still no joy. The full error
reads 421 aamtaout01-winn.ispmail.ntl.com refused from [86.27.222.255]
I have Avast free virus protector, and have disabled, etc.
Nothing I try works - please HELP!! (Have also uninstalled/re-installed
Office 2007)


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i cannot able ot send email in outlook 2007 and getting the error "sending
reported error (0x800ccc64): cannot send the message.verify the email address
in your account properties".pleas solve my problem




sending email in outlook 2007 is not working. My gut tells me it has
something to do with the setup.




I have Win 7 Home Premimum on a new PC and have transferred my settings from my old PC.  I have installed MS Office Enterprise 2007 pack on the new PC but when trying to send emails in outlook 2007 I get a message. "The operation failed. An object could not be found" error message.  I seem to be able to recieve emails but not send.  I have tried reinstalling, setting up new profiles, deleting and setting up new accounts etc but nothing seems to work.  I was running MS Outlook express on XP on the old PC.    Can I ring someone in Microsoft for support advice and if so what number?  Please help.





Hi,

I have quite a number of users within the company, randomly and intermittently having problem sending email in Outlook 2007. They would encounter "operation failed" when trying to click the "send" buttion. But would be able to send upon second click of the "send" button.

I have done the following :

1. patched the Outlook 2007 to the latest (12.0.6539.5000) SP2 MSO (12.0.6535.5002)

2. Clear the N2K file (as suggested in some sites)

3. Turn on Outlook Logging, but doesn't show much information

But the problem still randomly/intermittently persist.

I have tried to search the forum here, but could not find a solution. Wondering, if anyone has come across this kind of error or know of any possible solution?

 

Please advice

Thanks

KF 




sending email in outlook 2007 is not working. My gut tells me it has
something to do with the setup.




I am not able to send an email in Outlook 2007. I get a Administrator message
telling me I have to "Authenticate" first. I recently re-loaded vista 64 and
Outlook 2007 - I've never recieved this error message before.
Thanks




Hi,

I'm trying to send email in Outlook 2007. When I type a person's name,
it will only look up from the Global Address Book and not my contacts.
I'm connecting to Exchange 2003 in the back-end. Any hints in what I
need to change to get it to also use my Contacts list?

Thanks!




I can't send email from Outlook 2007. I can receive email but when I click
the send button the email just sits in the outbox. I can send email from my
carrier, Bellsouth.net, just fine. I've received comments that emails were
received weeks after I had originally sent them with the present date on
them. Please help! I can't run a business like this!




i cannot able to send email in outlook 2007 .it prompts the "sending reported
error (0x800ccc64): cannot send the message.verify the email address in your
account properties".please solve this problem




I have recently purchased a new PC with VISTA and Outlook 2007.

I am having problems sending emails in outlook 2007.

Is this a known problem and if so what (if any) is the solution.

My ISP is BT Yahoo.

I get errors with numbers 800CCC03 ocasionally byt usually 8004210B.

Have you any ideas?

Regards




I get the follwoing error when trying to send email:

Task 'hxxxxxxxm@btinternet.com - Sending' reported error (0x8004210B) : 'The
operation timed out waiting for a response from the sending (SMTP) server. If
you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or
Internet service provider (ISP).'

The email account is set up as a POP3 account in Outlook 2007. My ISP
claims that there is nothing wrong at their end. I have uninstalled my anti
virus software and firewall. What else can I try? How can I tell if
somthing is blocking Port 25 on my PC?
--
Luxembourg IT Analyst




There is a strange problem with picking up and sending emails on
Outlook 2007 which I have wasted hours on over the last week.

Whenever I try to pick up/send emails on domain names, I get a
800CCC0F error message. It says: "reported error (0x800CCC0F): 'The
connection to the server was interrupted. If the problem continues,
contact your server adminstrator or Internet Service Provider (ISP)'"

I have gone through all the steps here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/813514
and here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/829918/ and on another
websites.

I have been setting up email addresses on Outlook for several years,
so know how they should be done.

The strange thing is the email addresses of domain names hosted
elsewhere work perfectly. But both new and existing Clook-hosted email
addresses are producing this error message.

I believe it may be an error with the software for two reasons:

1. The email addresses work perfectly when I open Outlook in Safe
Mode.

2. Our web host's staff have not been able to find anything wrong and
the email addresses work when they try to set them up on their
computers.

Any idea why our email addresses may not be working and how I can fix
this please?

I have tried System Restore and Repairing the program on my computer's
Control Panel.




Cannot send or receive email in Outlook 2007 after the Windows Office Service
Pack update - has anyone else noted this - is there a solution?




I have a word doc that can generate emails and send out them through outlook.
it works fine when I use outlook 2003(I chose yes when the outlook security
asked me if I want to send mail).
but after I upgrade to office 2007, even after I select "allow" on security
warning, I check sent folder, there is no email sent out. and the receiver
does not receive emails.

What should I do to let macros in a word doc sending emails through outlook
2007?

Thanks a lot! have a great day!




We are having a few problems sending emails from Outlook 2007.
For the last two years we have been running two computers loaded with Vista and office 2007.
On or about Friday the 18th of September both computers stopped sending emails from outlook.

The Problem is we cannot:
reply to emails (error code - 503 valid RCPT command must precede DATA)
send new emails (error code 503)
foreword emails (error code 503 or 550 reply not permitted) it changes from time to time

We can however receive emails.
There is nothing new in either system.
Our security suite is CA internet security suite plus 2009
(Uninstalling CA and sending emails did not solve the problem)

We can send emails by going online to our webmail server which is linked to outlook via pop3
Changing Port 25 to 26, made no difference, ISP said the port is not blocked
Altering the outgoing server from (use same settings...) to (log on to incoming...) no luck
Office diagnostic found no problems
Does anyone have any suggestions?




Create a folder tasks or whatever you want to call it and then move the tasks that you want to delete or that you cant delete from your inbox in there and then delete the folder. It will delete the tasks and folder for good,

CarolMattic wrote:

Deleting Email in Outlook 2007
11-Jan-08

I am using an IMAP folder. There seems to be no Deleted Items folder that is
automatically created or that I can create. When I tell the program to
delete, it sometimes just "disappears" the email and sometimes puts a
strikeout through it. However, my question is where do the deleted items go?
Without a Deleted Items folder, I am at a loss. As we all know, sometimes
you delete something you wish you had not. How can I retrieve deleted mail?
--
Carol Mattick

Previous Posts In This Thread:

On Friday, January 11, 2008 1:33 PM
CarolMattic wrote:

Deleting Email in Outlook 2007
I am using an IMAP folder. There seems to be no Deleted Items folder that is
automatically created or that I can create. When I tell the program to
delete, it sometimes just "disappears" the email and sometimes puts a
strikeout through it. However, my question is where do the deleted items go?
Without a Deleted Items folder, I am at a loss. As we all know, sometimes
you delete something you wish you had not. How can I retrieve deleted mail?
--
Carol Mattick

On Friday, January 11, 2008 2:36 PM
Brian Tillman wrote:

Re: Deleting Email in Outlook 2007
Carol Mattick wrote:

Correct. IMAP protocols do not implement a Deleted Items folder. Instead,
clicking Delete merely marks the message for deletion, usully by displaying
the subject with an overstrike. You purge those marked items with
Edit>Purge Deleted Messages".

I suspect that in some folders you're using the "Hide Messages Marked for
Deletion" view and in others using the "IMAP Messages" view.

They don't go anywhere. They stay on the server in the folder that hold
them until you purge them. You recover them buy not deleting or purging
them. It's similar to asking "How do I recover deleted messages after I
emptied my Deleted Items folder?" The answer is, in general, "you don't.
They're gone for good," if you've purged them. If they're not purged, right
click one you want to keep and choose Undelete or click Edit and select
Undelete.
--
Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

On Friday, January 11, 2008 6:56 PM
CarolMattic wrote:

Thanks for the info Brian.
Thanks for the info Brian. However, I just went in to try your advice and it
did not behave the way you described. I am in my imap.gmail.com set of
folders, specifically in the "inbox". When I click on "Views" and "Current
View", I see the "MAP messages" option, the "Hide Deleted Messages" option
and the "Group Deleted Messages Together" option. Only the "IMAP Messages"
option is checked. And yet, when I go to the inbox and delete an item, it
disappears.
--
Carol Mattick

"Brian Tillman" wrote:

On Sunday, January 13, 2008 4:28 PM
Brian Tillman wrote:

Re: Deleting Email in Outlook 2007
Ah, well, gmail has its own quirks and does not behave as most (all?) other
IMAP servers. it is POP implemenation is not standards-compliant either.
--
Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

On Sunday, January 13, 2008 5:47 PM
CarolMattic wrote:

Well, at least I am not going crazy.
Well, at least I am not going crazy. Please look at my post under install
and configuring... "IMAP - Outlook 2007 How Do I..." posted today. The first
/ desktop machine doesn't have a deleted items folder, doesn't show you where
the deleted items go. The second / laptop machine has an imap folder which
does have a deleted items folder and that is where the deleted items go.
--
Carol Mattick

"Brian Tillman" wrote:

On Monday, January 14, 2008 8:51 AM
Brian Tillman wrote:

Re: Deleting Email in Outlook 2007
Carol Mattick wrote:

I tested my gmail account (Also IMAP) and it doesn't have a Deleted Items
folder. I tested this on a different IMAP server as well. Outlook does not
create the Deleted Items folder in IMAP PSTs. Please recheck the type of
account that has the Deleted Items folder and see if, in fact, it's really
an IMAP account.
--
Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

On Monday, January 14, 2008 12:23 PM
CarolMattic wrote:

Re: Deleting Email in Outlook 2007
--
Carol Mattick

"Brian Tillman" wrote:

On Monday, January 14, 2008 4:50 PM
Brian Tillman wrote:

Re: Deleting Email in Outlook 2007
Carol Mattick wrote:

No, by examining the account type. Tools>Account Settings should get you to
a place you can view the account properties. I'm not at my OL 2007 system
right now or I'd be more specific.

Outlook uses PST for its data storage for all account types except Exchange.
Normally I'd say that if the server contains "imap" in its name you'd be
correct to assume it's an IMAP server, but since "imap.gamil.com",
"smtp.gmail.com", and "pop.gmail.com" are all alias for the same servers,
they're interchangeable and don't tell you anything about the account type.
--
Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

On Saturday, April 12, 2008 1:43 PM
Yndoend wrote:

If this is how IMAP works then why is it with Entourage (Outlook for Mac) you
If this is how IMAP works then why is it with Entourage (Outlook for Mac) you
can move your deleted emails into a deleted items folder? Does Entourage
have special magical powers that supercede IMAP standards and out preform
Outlook?

"Brian Tillman" wrote:

On Wednesday, September 09, 2009 11:25 AM
darlene rider wrote:

Thank you
Been trying to get these deleted emails out of my inbox for a while now, thank you for clearing it up!

On Wednesday, October 07, 2009 7:27 PM
Karin King wrote:

Microsoft Outlook 2007 on Vista Home Premium: IMAP does not create Deleted Items Folder and items in the Inbox cannot be deleted in one workstep
Hello,
I hope you are still listening to that topic, even though the initial discussion is more than 1 year old. I had to re-install the operating system and the M.S. Office pack inclusive of M.S. Outlook. And - despite I was using M.D. Outlook 2007 for quite a while - this problem with not being able to delete items in the Inbox Folder in one workstep and the problmes with not havingt a Deleted Items Folder comes up.

It is annoying to first first get the strikethrough on items in the inbox when clicking the "delete" button and afterwards have to go to Edit - purge.
Is there a solution to that meanwhile? I did not come across that problem in M.S. Outlook until some days ago.

And how to create a Deleted Folder under IMAP? I am using one.com as domain host. Is it wise to switch to POP and excaping M.S. Outlook problems?

Karin

Brian Tillman wrote:

Re: Deleting Email in Outlook 2007
14-Jan-08

No, by examining the account type. Tools>Account Settings should get you to
a place you can view the account properties. I am not at my OL 2007 system
right now or I'd be more specific.

Outlook uses PST for its data storage for all account types except Exchange.
Normally I'd say that if the server contains "imap" in its name you would be
correct to assume it is an IMAP server, but since "imap.gamil.com",
"smtp.gmail.com", and "pop.gmail.com" are all alias for the same servers,
they are interchangeable and do not tell you anything about the account type.
--
Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

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