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Outlook 2002 Send and Receive Error

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I used to have 2 email accounts inside my outlook2002 and it works fine.

Yesterday I added in 4 more email accounts and started to have this error : 0x800CCC0F

So I do some testing myself and here are the result:

If I click send/receive (which is all 6 accounts) I will get the error.

If I remove 2 accounts and only have 4 email accounts, I will not error any error with the send/receive all function, the problem seems to come as long as I have 5 email accounts and above.

If I click one by one account under send/receive, I will not get any error with all 6 email accounts. (which means the account setting is correct).

Please advice.

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I tried changing server timeouts to a longer interval (max to 10 mins).

I also tried changing MTU to 1500.

All above doesn't work.....

The funny thing is, if I setup all 6 accounts with a machine that has outlook 2003... it is working fine...no error.

There is something I found out after running inbetween 2 machines....

I realised that outlook 2002 has 6 tasks running when I click send/receive

example... mamister - sending and receiving in a task

But outlook 2003 has 12 tasks running when I click send/receive

example... mamister - sending in a task
- receiving in a task

Could this be the reason outlook 2003 can run without error?
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