Over the past few days, some users have reported to us that they are getting a Windows Live Mail error message.
The reason for this error is a sudden update on the servers, which means that Live Mail cannot be synced across email accounts. Most users set up their Windows Live Mail accounts with IMAP or POP accounts, and these mail servers are updated regularly.
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Finally, like many other programs of the past, Windows Live Mail is in the process of being phased out. The fact that it still works for some users is not a guarantee for the future.
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Common Windows Live Mail Errors And Their Meanings
So you’ve decided to stick with WLM for at least a while before deciding to switch to Outlook or switch your email client entirely. You might be interested in using Windows Live Mail to troubleshoot any errors you may encounter.
Microsoft describes these errors by their codes, types, and descriptions. TError types include general errors, Winsock errors, SMTP errors, HTTPMail errors, Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) errors, RAS errors, and Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) errors.). Details can be found on the Microsoft support page.
2. Temporarily Disable Third-party Antivirus Solution
Second, you should disable third-party antivirus as it may interfere with your Windows Live email client. If this change fixed your problem, you should report it to your manufacturer or switch to another antivirus solution.