How To Fix Windows Live Mail Error 0x800CCC18 in Windows 10
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Here we will be looking at ways to fix the 0x800CCC18 error in Windows live mail.
The user sees error 0x800CCC18 when trying to use Windows live mail.
An update by Microsoft seems to have enabled Secure Password Authentication on a lot of Email clients including various versions of Outlook Express and Windows Live Mail. This seems to have caused some temporary issues like the 0x800CCC18 error.
Here are some ways to fix the 0x800CCC18 error in Windows Live Mail.
Disable Secure Password Authentication To Fix The 0x800CCC18 Error
As explained under the previous heading. The Secure Password Authentication feature in Windows Live Mail (and Outlook) seems to be the cause of this issue. Since this is a corporate feature, it can cause issues on many computers that don’t make use of it. Therefore, disabling this feature should fix the problem.
How To Disable Secure Password Authentication in Windows Live Mail?
Open Windows Live Mail and click Tools as shown below. After that, click Accounts.
Under Accounts, click the button labeled Properties. From the properties menu, go to the Servers tab.
In the Servers tab, un-check the box labeled Secure Password Authentication and click OK to save changes.
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