Windows Live Error 0x800ccc0e

The error code 0x800ccc0e is a connection error that occurs when your Windows Live Mail fails to connect to the server. If you wish to resolve the Windows Live error 0x800ccc0e, follow the below-mentioned troubleshooting steps.

  • Step 1: Restart your Windows Live Mail app and also check if you could access your account’s web interface.
  • Step 2: Remove your account and reconfigure the server settings.
  • Step 3: On your Windows Live Mail app, give a right-click on the account that you have configured and click the Remove account option to remove your account.
  • Step 4: If prompted, click Yes to confirm your action.
  • Step 5: Now, you need to relaunch the Windows Live Mail app.
  • Step 6: On your Windows, click the Start menu and type “mail” in the search panel.
  • Step 7: From the search result, give a double-click on the Windows Live Mail app to solve Windows live error 0x800ccc0e issue.
  • Step 8: On your Windows Live Mail, click the Mail button at the bottom-left corner of the screen.
  • Step 9: Click the Accounts tab and select the Add button.
  • Step 10: Select Email Account and click the Next button.
  • Step 11: Fill up the necessary details like email address, password, description, and profile name in the available fields.
  • Step 12: Click the Next button and enter the necessary server settings.
  • Step 13: Verify your settings and click the Finish button to add your account in the Windows Live Mail app.
  • Step 14: Send a test mail to check if the problem is resolved.
  • Step 15: If the problem persists, check whether you are using an obsolete version of the Windows Live Mail app.
  • Step 16: To check your version, click the File menu at the top-left corner of the Windows Live Mail app window.
  • Step 17: Click the About option from the drop-down menu and check the version.
  • Step 18: If necessary, update the Windows Live Mail app to the latest version.
  • Step 19: Install the essential package for the Windows Live Mail app and relaunch it to check if the Windows live error 0x800ccc0e is fixed.