The Microsoft Office package is one of the most widely used email and information managers on Windows devices. Although it offers excellent features and functions, it is not completely free of bugs and errors. Lately, many users are reporting an error when sending or receiving an email. The error displays Outlook error code 80041004, which indicates that the error may be caused by some form of file corruption.
The Outlook error is usually caused by misconfigured files or settings in the application itself. In most cases, these problems can be solved by simply restarting the PC or by forcing the application to close and restart. But there are many cases of corrupted data, wrong profiles, etc. So you can follow the following methods.
What causes Outlook error 80041004 in Windows
- Temporary data drawing : Sometimes a corruption of temporary data associated with your email account causes this error code. To fix this kind of corruption, you can simply delete your account and register again.
- Outlook profile corruption: If corrupt temporary data is not the cause of this error, it may be Outlook profile corruption. In this case, you can easily solve this problem by creating a new profile.
We will now go through these two criminals step by step and hope they solve your problem.
How do I fix Outlook error 80041004 in Windows?
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Check your registration details
This should always be the first step in solving problems. Check if your email account settings have changed. If yes, enter the correct login details and other details.
Synchronising Outlook manually with Outlook Web App
Another easy way to resolve the error is to manually try synchronizing Outlook with Outlook Web App.
- Open Outlook and select File.
- Then add an account.
- Now enter your email address and click on the Connect button.
Check the send/receive settings in Outlook.
- Open the Outlook options.
- Click the Advanced button and then the Transmit/Receive settings tab.
- Then click this folder (Microsoft Exchange Server) to synchronize the offline folder, or click Send/Fetch All to synchronize all offline folders.
In Outlook 2010, click Send/Receive and then Send/Receive All to synchronize all offline folders. When the synchronization process begins, a synchronization status message appears in the lower right corner of the screen.
If you have a lot of items in your mailbox and haven’t synced your offline folders in a while, the syncing process can take more than 30 minutes.
Make the necessary changes to the configuration and this should resolve the Outlook send/receive error 004102A.
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