Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8DE00002
Posted 04 January 2012 - 01:45 PM
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Posted 04 January 2012 - 04:04 PM
Take a look here:
The first one to try is to sign out of Win Live Mail...click send and receive etc...... see if this does the trick for you.
if no joy reboot your computer, (close down wait 30 seconds with a blank black screen and then restart) wait 5 minutes (by the clofck before opening Internet Explorer and then try the amendments to Internet Exxplorer.
Let us know if this does the trick for you
Posted 04 January 2012 - 09:18 PM
Thank you so much for trying to help with my problem. I tried each of the following, NONE of which worked:
1. I left mymachine off all night last night. [After I booted it up this morning, I received the same error.]
2. I signed out and signed back in to my hotmail account - with and without system reboot
3. I signed out and signed in under my other hotmail account - with and without system reboot
5 . I signed out, closed Windows Live Mail, rebooted the system, and clicked send and receive without first signing back in.
6. I made IE my default browser. I also deleted my browsing history
7. Suggestions at http://forums.techar...t/1385717.htm:
a. "I will recommend you to try making use of the latest version. The most recent version of Windows Live Mail is 15.3.2804.0607. " I have Version 2011 (Build 15.4.3538.0513). As far as I can tell, that's the latest version. [When I check, I get the message that my computer is up to date.]
b. "Just attempt this:Go to Tools-> Internet Options-> Connections-> LAN Settings and uncheck the Automatically Detect Settings and click on OK. Now got to Advanced-> Restore Advanced Settings and click OK." [I am not sure what IE has to do with this problem, but I did this anyway]
c. Disabled the ESET firewall
d. Put the ESET firewall back into "learning" mode
e. Disabled the ESET antivirus program [after which Windows Live Mail crashed]
f. Disabled the ESET Antispam protection
g. Disabled Windows Defender [which wasn't supposed to be running] - through Task Manager/ Services
h. Disabled Windows Firewall [whcih wasn't supposed to be running] - through Task Manager/ Services
i. "In Internet Explorer, click on Tools and now click the Connections tab, and after that click LAN Settings make the automatically detect settings check box. Close all Internet Explorer windows and launch a new session." [I guess it worked for someone.....]
I'd be happy to entertain additional suggested solutions -- especially those short of changing email clients [which would take a big chunk of time out of my currently tight schedule].
Posted 05 January 2012 - 03:44 AM
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