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MrSpkr

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I am using Outlook on a Windows 7 system. Until today, I had no problems with it. Now, when I try to send and receive, I can purportedly receive email (though the volume seems to be very low on what I am receiving), and, as for sending, I get the following error message:


Task 'steve@stephenhineslaw.com - Sending' reported error (0x800CCC67) : ' The server responded: 421 too many connections'

Task 'MrSpkr - Sending' reported error (0x800CCC0F) : 'The connection to the server was interrupted. If this problem continues, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP). The server responded: 421 too many connections'

Task 'mail.aircanopy.net - Sending' reported error (0x800CCC0F) : 'The connection to the server was interrupted. If this problem continues, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP). The server responded: 421 too many connections'


I cannot send any emails from my accounts. Everything worked yesterday. Any suggestions/ideas?

When I log into the webmail for my ISP, I can send and receive fine. The ISP seems to think this might be a problem on my end. What do you guys think?

Steve
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This issue can apparently be resolved by powering cycling (switching off and on again) your router, if you're using one.
Alternatively it can be a provider problem.
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