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    Problem with Outlook email
    Outlook suddenly stopped sending emails, they just stuck in my "Outbox" folder, and I had an error 0x800CCC7D. Following advice from a Google search result I cleared a cache in the IE internet options (I do not use IE, my preferred browser is Firefox).

    I had initial success but the problem reoccured and I had to follow the same routine each time I sent emails (yes a huge pain in the ....)

    Today nothing works and I now get an error 0x80004005. There is a site advising me to download a fix but I am a bit reluctant at the moment.

    Has anyone had these errors and managed to solve them?

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    do you use Norton? I've heard of that error being caused by a conflict with northon's anti-virus.
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    Norton sucks, I use Avast
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    Gave up on Outlook years ago and went to Thunderbird. Outlook gets corrupted too easily and too often...
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    Outsourced Program Manager Marsha Liebert's Avatar
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    yeah, norton does suck. I did find this thread in Microsoft's support forum. Might help: An "0X80004005" event is added to the synchronization log when you try to download the offline Address Book in Outlook
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marsha Liebert View Post
    do you use Norton? I've heard of that error being caused by a conflict with northon's anti-virus.
    Thanks

    Yes I do use Norton and have just installed the latest version, so that could be the answer.
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    Norton is heavy on your system as well McAffee. Avast works very lightly and protects you from all the crap in the world. I love it
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