0x800CCC0F error with Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook 2007
January 20, 2010 at 02:01:49
Specs: Windows Vista 64bit
I am having trouble sending email attachments through outlook 2007. I can send and receive all mail without any problems however if i attach a file above 100kb or so it comes up with the error message "connection to the server was interupted" with error code 0x800CCC0F. I am using a USB 3G dongle to connect to the internet, i assume this must be the issue? Please advise.

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January 20, 2010 at 03:09:47
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/813514 That link might help.

Do you use the 3G as the only internet connection on that
computer? Either way are you sure you have the correct
SMTP settings for your 3G provider? This is the most
common problem I have seen.

For example I have multiple connections I use on my
Netbook so I have the SMTP servers setup for each of those
different internet connections so I could use the ISP specific
SMTP server as my outgoing mail.

I gave up after a while and stuck with Gmail as it allows
POP and IMAP mail which is a lot easier to configure when
using multiple ISP's. Might be worth a try setting up a Gmail

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January 20, 2010 at 04:23:51
Thank you for replying.

The SMTP was the initial problem i had when i first used my
3G dongle as it wouldn't send anything, however i went on my
providers website and set it up with their specification and
now i just cant send large files.

I do have a Gmail account which i now use for large files,
however i have a colleague with the exact same problem who
isn't quite so computer literate and a bit old school.

Thanks for your advice.

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February 5, 2010 at 10:45:20
I, too have the exact same problem. I can sen email messages that are approximately up to 60-70KB in size, but with any larger message, I receive the 0x800CCC0F error.

The funny thing is, this happens only on Vista and Win7 PC's and not WinXP PC's or Linux PC's.

And this is an issue only for the past week, before that everything was fine.

Has anyone got any clue? I suspect this is due to some windows update.

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