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    Solution for the Windows Live Error 0x80048820?

    I have Windows 7 in my System. I am using Windows Live Mail. It is used to work properly. Now, I am facing the error 0x80048820. I do not get what is it. I need someone to help to solve the Error.



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    Support Array
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    Re: Solution for the Windows Live Error 0x80048820?

    Windows Live Mail has some problems and they can be Solved. This sort of problems might be due to server problem. They are Solved when the Server is up. It is also due to the Internet Explorer Settings. Whenever you change settings in IE 8, it shows its problem in the Windows Live Mail. So, you can get it Solved by going for Advanced tab in Internet Explorer. Reset all the Settings to the Default. As, Windows Live Mail is integrated with the IE Settings, any changes in Internet Explorer gets impacted in Windows Live Mail. By changing the IE Settings to default, you can remove the Error.
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    Re: Solution for the Windows Live Error 0x80048820?

    If windows live shows the Error 0*80048820 ,then this Error will tells that you are unable to sending or receving the mail.
    For that , you should check the your internet connection.It should be proper and also Log in into windows live with proper username ,user ID and passward.
    If it's ok , then you should check the setting in the windows live for able to send or receive the email in windows live and disable the Error 0*80048820

    Fix the problem of shown Error 0*80048820 in windows live

    --> Go to "Start" --> "All Programs" --> "Windows Mail"
    --> Select the "Tools" and then click on "Account"
    --> now select the "Properties" in your email account and then click on"Advance"
    --> now go to "Incoming Mail" and click on tab "This server require secure connection" and make a correct setting.Enter the port number provided by email provider.
    --> now go to "Outgoing Mail" and click on tab "This server require secure connection" and do the correct setting.Enter the port number provided by email provider
    --> now click on "Ok" and close the dialog box.
    now , you are able to send/receive the email in windows live and error 0*80048820 will disable

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    mohan123 Array
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    Re: Solution for the Windows Live Error 0x80048820?

    Hii Friends...

    For fixing and solving this error.. Follow this steps..

    1.Open Live mail...


    2.Delete the existing account...


    3.Add new account,and check the "Manually configure" option...


    4.Set the connection setting to:


    Incoming server name :POP3 .live.com


    Incoming server port :995


    Outgoing server name : smtp.live.com


    Outgoing server port :25


    Require SSL yes...


    Require outgoing authentication yes...


    Now your mail should Sync without any error...


    Thank you and All the best...

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    brajesh484 Array
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    Re: Solution for the Windows Live Error 0x80048820?

    If you see error 80048820, try the following steps..


    1.Make sure your PC's date and time settings are correct


    In Windows 7 and Windows Vista, click Start. In the search box, enterdate and time, and then, in the list of results, click Date and Time.
    or




    2.Set Internet Explorer security settings to use SSL


    Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a security setting you can use to connect to websites and online services that helps keep your account and PC safe.
    In Windows 7 and Windows Vista, click Start. In the search box, enterInternet Explorer, and then, in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.
    or
    In Windows XP, click Start, click All Programs, and then, in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.
    On the Tools menu, click Internet options. (If you don't see the Toolsmenu, press the Alt key on your keyboard.)
    On the Advanced tab, under Security, clear the Check for server certificate revocation check box.
    Make sure the Use SSL 2.0 and the Use SSL 3.0 check boxes are checked, and then click OK.


    3.Scan Your PC For Viruses, You Can Use Any Antivirus To Perform This Action


    4.Check your firewall and router settings to make sure that your firewall isn't blocking port 443


    Port 443 is a secure port you can use to connect to the Internet and toMessenger.
    Check your firewall instructions and make sure port 443 is open.
    If your firewall is set to scan port 443, turn scanning off or contact the firewall service provider for help.


    5.Clear the Messenger proxy settings


    In Windows 7 and Windows Vista, click Start. In the search box, enter Messenger, and then, in the list of results, click Messenger.


    In the Messenger window, next to Sign me in automatically, click Options.


    6.Reset the proxy server settings for Internet Explorer

    In Windows 7 and Windows Vista, click Start. In the search box, enter Internet Explorer, and then, in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.
    or
    In Windows XP, click Start, click All Programs, and then, in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.


    On the Tools menu, click Internet options. (If you don't see the Tools menu, press the Alt key on your keyboard.)


    On the Connections tab, click LAN Settings.


    Clear the Automatically detect settings check box, click OK, and then click OK again.


    7.Disconnect or bypass your router to make sure your router settings aren't blocking your connection to Messenger

    Disconnect (bypass) your router and use your Ethernet cable to connect your PC directly to the Internet.


    Try to sign in to Messenger.


    If you can sign in to Messenger when your router is disconnected, contact your router provider to find out how to reset your router settings. You can also visit your router providers website to check for any firmware or driver updates.


    8.Make sure Internet Explorer isn't set to work offline

    If Internet Explorer is set to work offline, you won't be able to connect to the Internet or to Messenger.


    In Windows 7 and Windows Vista, click Start. In the search box, enter Internet Explorer, and then, in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.
    or
    In Windows XP, click Start, click All Programs, and then, in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.


    On the File menu, click Work offline to remove the check mark. (If you dont see the File menu, press the Alt key on your keyboard.)


    On the Tools menu, click Internet options.


    On the Connections tab, click Never dial a connection, and then click OK.


    Close Internet Explorer.


    Try to sign in.


    Note
    You must follow these steps, even if you're using another browser, such as Firefox.


    9.Check and clear the entries in the Hosts file
    The Hosts file helps you connect to services and websites on the Internet. If there are old entries in the Hosts file this could block you from connecting to Messenger.


    In Windows 7 and Windows Vista, click Start, enter run in the search box, click Run, and then press Enter.


    In the Run dialog box, enter %windir%\system32\drivers\etc, and then click OK.


    -or-
    In Windows XP, click Start, click Run, enter %windir%\system32\drivers\etc, and then click OK.


    In the Windows Explorer window, right-click the Hosts file, click Open with, and then click Notepad.


    Delete any entries that include the passport.com domain. For example, Loginnet.passport.com, Messenger.Hotmail.com, LoginMSNIA.passport.com, Login.passport.com, and Gateway.messenger.hotmail.com.


    Save and then close the Hosts file.


    Try to sign in.


    10.Clear the DNS cache

    The DNS cache helps you connect to websites and Internet services. Sometimes entries in this cache are corrupted, which might block your connection to Messenger.


    To clear the DNS cache in Windows 7 and Windows Vista


    Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, and then right-click Command Prompt.


    Click Run as administrator. If you're prompted for an administrator password, enter the password, or click Continue.


    At the command prompt, type ipconfig /flushdns, and then press Enter.


    Try to sign in.

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