Microsoft Outlook is an excellent tool if you’re willing to gather all your emails in one place. There’s no secret that in 2020 many of us have more than one email address, and keeping an eye on all of them could be a stressful effort. That’s where Outlook comes in handy, an app launched in 2012.
But as we all know, no app is perfect since all of them have their flaws. Outlook has a nasty error dubbed 0x800CCCDD, which occurs when you set up your IMAP mail account or service. To fix it, you’ll have to follow a few simple steps!
- Launch the Outlook app, select the Send/Recieve Tab from the Toolbar and then go to the Send/Recieve Group option beneath it.
- A drop-down menu will appear, and you’ll have to select the ‘Define Send/Receive Groups’ option.
- A new window will emerge, and you’ll have to uncheck the Schedule ‘an automatic send/receive every _ minutes’ option.
- Select the ‘Close’ button.
- Close Outlook and relaunch it. Your issue should have gone away for good.
Why use Microsoft Outlook?
As its Play Store description says:
“Meet Outlook for Android, the app that helps millions of users connect all their email accounts, calendars, and files in one convenient spot. Newly redesigned, Outlook for Android lets you do more from one powerful inbox.”
Also, there are emails with higher priority than others within the app:
“See what matters most first with the Focused inbox that keeps the important messages on top. Switch between your emails and calendar to schedule your next meeting or share your availability with just a few taps. Or grab a document from your Files list and attach it to an email seamlessly.”
Microsoft Outlook is available as a part of the Microsoft Office suite. It’s primarily an email application, but it also includes a calendar, contact manager, note-taking, task manager, journal, and web browsing.