Not the usual WLM "Stuck in Outbox" error problem

Discussion in 'Windows Live Mail' started by Wayne L., Jul 16, 2007.

  1. Wayne L.

    Wayne L. Guest

    Because of a typo, I entered a wrong Email address which caused the following
    msg which shows each time I open mail, plus "You have unsent messages in your
    outbox" each time I exit mail. The message can't be deleted from outbox.
    However, I can still send and receive mail. (only my name removed from
    following msg)

    "The rejected e-mail address was @cogeco.ca'. Subject 'Fw: re:', Account:
    'Cogeco', Server: 'smtp.cogeco.ca', Protocol: SMTP, Server Response: '450
    @cogeco.ca>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in virtual mailbox
    table', Port: 25, Secure(SSL): No, Server Error: 450, Error Number:
    0x800CCC79"
    -
    Is this a server problem or WLM. Thanks, Wayne
     
    Wayne L., Jul 16, 2007
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  2. Had same problem. Eventually, I had six of these messages "stuck" in my
    outbox, which you cannot access due to a bug, and therefore cannot be
    deleted. I finally uninstalled WLM, moved the message store, reinstalled,
    then dragged&dropped my message store back into WLM. Royal pain in the a_
    _.
     
    gardenerstouch, Jul 17, 2007
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  3. Wayne L.

    Wayne L. Guest

    Thanks gardenerstouch, Uninstalled from Programs and reinstalled, but it
    returned complete as was - all my Emails, settings and the error messages.
    Is there more to uninstalling that I don't know about? What did you do?
    That's 2 programs with same prob. WM also. Msgs are driving me nuts! Thanks,
    Wayne
     
    Wayne L., Jul 17, 2007
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  4. Wayne L.

    Wayne L. Guest

    gardenerstouch Problem solved (knock on wood). Reinstalled again from a
    different link and got WLMdesktop. I live in Canada and it's still available
    here! I like it. And no error messages, till my next typo. Thanks for your
    help. Wayne
     
    Wayne L., Jul 17, 2007
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