I posted from an identity I use in other, less serious newsgroups. One with working SMTP. > > But I agree, from all indications, it looks like there is something on > that particular computer that is blocking outbound port 25. I found a discussion about McAfee > blocking SMTP traffic in some situations, so I disabled McAfee on one > of the computers, to no avail. JaR On Monday, February 04, 2008 8:07 PM John wrote: Re: SMTP Error # 0x800ccc60 "JaR"
Just want to make sure. NTS Forums» General» General Discussion Forum» Microsoft Outlook error 0x800ccc60 « previous next » Print Pages:  Go Down Author Topic: Microsoft Outlook error 0x800ccc60 (Read 6777 times) arapley Hosting Newbie As far as the connectivity of the two boxes in question is concerned, they both can access the internet, and POP is unaffected. it is a common port > used by spammers. > > On Monday, February 04, 2008 7:53 PM > JaR wrote: > > Re: SMTP Error # 0x800ccc60 > On 2/4/2008,Uncle
I should mention that these two users are the only ones out of several dozen that were changed over with no problems. I don't mean to insult your intelligence but you > entered the command like the following: > > telnet your-smtp-server-name 25 > > didn't you? Furthermore, a clean install of Windows will also quickly clean out any and all "junk" that has accumulated over the normal usage of your computer.
All the other clients are sending email fine with Outlook set to port 25 for SMTP. First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. Step 5: Utilize Windows System Restore to "Undo" Recent System Changes Windows System Restore allows you to "go back in time" with your PC to help fix your Error 0x800CCC60 problems. I went to the extent of installing Thunderbird on one box, and configging it with the user account in question, and it would not work either, so it seems to be
He is a lifelong computer geek and loves everything related to computers, software, and new technology. Now I need to figure out how the heck the > firewall blocks telnet on port 25 but allows SMTP outbound on the same > port. > > But that's another Check to see if your POP3 server IP or name has been changed to the local loopback (usually done by your antivirus software). Our > firewall is not blocking telnet, as I can reach my home server from > here. > > > I know it's not Outlook specific, as I mentioned, I set
Step 6: Uninstall and Reinstall the Microsoft Outlook Program Associated with Error 0x800CCC60 If your 0x800CCC60 error is related to a specific program, reinstalling Microsoft Outlook-related software could be the answer. That did indeed work on one machine. deleting billions of files from directory while seeing the progress as well Naming the forces of the Purgatory? You may have to actually uninstall it, restart, and reinstall it > and >> leave out the email scanning configuration. >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> "JaR" wrote:
I just re-tried on this machine, > > which uses the same settings for e-mail, is set to use port 25 > > outbound, is able to email out just fine, Windows XPhttp://www.theeldergeek.com/windows_xp_registry.htm Windows 7http://www.theeldergeek.com/windows_7/registry_edits_for_win7.htm Windows Vistahttp://support.microsoft.com/kb/2688326 - LetMeFixItMyselfAlways Step 2: Conduct a Full Malware Scan of Your PC There is a chance that your 0x800CCC60 error could be related to a Step 1: Repair Registry Entries Associated with Error 0x800CCC60 Manually editing the Windows registry to remove invalid Error 0x800CCC60 keys is not recommended unless you are PC service professional. You can look up the properties by right-clicking on the appropriate account in the left margin of the Windows Live mail screen and change them there directly.
Well, okay, not with *this* problem ;-) The third-party server that we use for e-mail replies "connect failed" on port 25, even if I telnet from a working box, so I have a peek at these guys I should > mention that these two users are the only ones out of several dozen > that were changed over with no problems. > > Well, okay, not with *this* Please disregard the sarcastic sounding line above. >> Ju-das priest. >> >> Please disregard the sarcastic sounding line above. You may have to actually uninstall it, restart, and reinstall it and leave out the email scanning configuration. "JaR" wrote: On Tuesday, February 05, 2008 1:13 PM John wrote: Re: SMTP
Please disregard the sarcastic sounding line above. > Ju-das priest. > > Please disregard the sarcastic sounding line above. Locate SMTP_RESPONSE_ERROR-associated program (eg. Virus or malware infection that has corrupted Windows system files or Microsoft Outlook-related program files. http://vbview.net/outlook-error/outlook-error-number-0x800ccc60.php Thanks in advance for any help.
Type "command" in the search box... Also I learned something new about ourfirewall. > Well, things just get wierder. This can potentially help you avoid hours of troubleshooting headaches associated with 0x800CCC60 errors.
NTS Forums Home Help Search Login Register Please login or register. 1 Hour 1 Day 1 Week 1 Month Forever Login with username, password and session length News: Welcome to Need Help? Type "cleanmgr" and hit ENTER. We have been changing workstation logins and these two were fine until I set up their e-mail in Outlook under the new logon.
Also try telnetting to the IP address of > your SMTP server on port 25. > > > Someone mentions uninstalling AV product on the 2 problem PCs and test it But thanks > for the response. > > > JaR > When the very best is not nearly enough > Remove hat to reply > > On Monday, February 04, 2008 Our > firewall is not blocking telnet, as I can reach my home server from > here. > > > I know it's not Outlook specific, as I mentioned, I set this content Also I learned something new about our firewall.
Account: 'mail.comcast.net', Server: 'smtp.comcast.net', Protocol: SMTP, Server Response: '220.127.116.11 has too many connections (2) on sccrmhc12', Port 25, Secure(SSL): No, Error Number: 0x800ccc60. As far as the connectivity of the two >> boxes in question is concerned, they both can access the internet, and >> POP is unaffected. >> >> The reason I posted I went to the extent of installing >> Thunderbird on one box, and configging it with the user account in >> question, and it would not work either, so it seems There are no other problems with the two boxes other than SMTP out.
I should > mention that these two users are the only ones out of several dozen > that were changed over with no problems. > > Well, okay, not with *this* Thank you! The > result is "connect failed". That did indeed work on one machine.
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I just re-tried on this machine, which uses > the same settings for e-mail, is set to use port 25 outbound, is able > to email out just fine, and yet You will be prompted with a permission dialog box. In most cases, the "Temporary Files" category will occupy the most disk space.