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Here is the error message that has been appearing since Friday 10/17 when I try to retrieve verizon email via Outlook 2013:
Receiving' reported error (0x80042108) : 'Outlook cannot connect to your incoming (POP3) e-mail server. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).'
I see a lot of references to this error. I'm convinced it's a probelm with Verizon, because I've:
1) repaired the outlook.pst file
2) reinstalled Outlook
3) restored my pc to a state before the error appeared
4) turned MS firewall on and off with no effect
5) checked and rechecked the confiuration settings in Outlook for my verizon acct
At this point, there is nothing more I can do. Please advise, thanks.
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Your asking peers here.
We would need more info to suggest things.
Recent known problems
Thxs for the feedback. I needed to add that I was using my Surface at a friend's home in Chapel Hill - he had just installed ATT U-verse. When I got back home, NO PROBLEMS. So, there must have been a setting in the U-verse rounter that was blocking Verizon email - possibly one of the ports was blocked. Hope this helps folks who are having a problem.
No, it wasn't the ports. It was the IP being blacklisted by verizon. I get the exact same error in outlook when using my TWC isp but it works if I switch over to Optimum.
Contacting verizon about the issue is useless as they are clueless about it.
I'm beginning to believe they are clueless about customer support. I'm thinking of switching to another provider. The IP blacklisting - I supposed is to stop spam - is a stupid, ineffective technique that causes more problems for loyal customers than stopping spam. I spend most of my time deleting spam in my verizon acct. btw.
Thx for the link. This is good to know. Why the silent treatment from Verizon?
Why the silent treatment from Verizon?
Because this is a peer-to-peer forum. Verizon doesn't participate in discussions here. If you want a response from Verizon, you have to contact them using chat or phone.