How to Fix Live Mail Error 3219 Followed by 0x8DE00005?

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Issue: How to Fix Live Mail Error 3219 Followed by 0x8DE00005?

Hello, I need help ASAP as I can’t use my email properly, which is a huge problem for me. I keep getting server error 3219, Windows Live Mail error 0x8DE00005. Ran antivirus, did not help. What else should I do to fix this?

Solved Answer

Windows Live Mail Error 3219 (0x8de00005) is an old issue that hasn't been solved yet. If you, out of a sudden, can’t send emails and start getting this error code, it means that Windows Live Mail[1] can’t connect to the Hotmail, Outlook or MSN[2] servers.

According to specialists, the core of the problem is related to the two sorts of authentication that are using the same credentials at the same time. One credential is used for the sign-in and the other for the mail server.

Windows Live Mail Error 3219 has also been bothering users that used WLM to configure the connection and synch the mail via the Secure HTTPS link. The problem with WLM overloading and updating has been known for ages, so experts have been offering people using e-mail apps, such as Windows Live Mail, to configure accounts as an IMAP or POP.

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Server Error: 3219 Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8DE00005. How to fix

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If you want to fix Windows Live Mail server error 0x8DE00005, you will have to re-configure your mail account. The guidelines on how to deal with this issue are given down below. If these methods do not help, we highly recommend checking the system Reimage repair software to doublecheck the registry, replace corrupted files, remove duplicate files, and make sure that there is no malware on the system.

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Deactivate your old account at first and reconfigure it over again

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If you have noticed that you are not able to receive any email messages, there is no need of keeping your account active. Follow these steps and deactivate it:

  1. Click on the Account Name;
  2. Visit Properties;
  3. After that, press Include this account when receiving mail or synchronizing;
  4. Select Apply and OK.

To fix Server Error 3219, now it is time to reconfigure the account. This task has to be done manually by performing these steps:

  1. Click on the Accounts Tab – find the + symbol with the @ sing and click it.
  2. Enter your e-mail address, password, and display name.
  3. Check Manually Configure Server Settings.
  4. Select IMAP under Incoming Server Information
    Fix Live Mail Error 3219 Followed by 0x8DE00005 error
  5. Type imap-mail.outlook.com in the Server Address field and type 993 in port.
  6. Check Requires a secure connection SSL
  7. Locate Outgoing Server Information.
  8. Here, type smtp-mail.outlook.com as a server address and in port type 587.
  9. Check Requires a secure connection SSL and Requires Authentication.
  10. Press Next.

That’s it. Your account has been re-configured. Now you should see your newly created account on Windows Live Mail (left window). In case you had some important messages on the previous account, you can import them into the new one by dragging and dropping them to the selected folders.

Eliminate the old email account to fix error 3219 on Windows Live Mail

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After you create your new account, there is no need of keeping the old one. You should delete it permanently and make sure that the Windows Live Mail error 0x8DE00005 has been fixed successfully. For that, right click on the old account and select Remove.

If you are still interrupted by this error on your desktop, check your system with the beforementioned anti-malware tool[3]. It might be that the issue is related to a computer infection or outdated registry entry which has to be fixed to solve the error.

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Ugnius Kiguolis is the founder and editor-in-chief of UGetFix. He is a professional security specialist and malware analyst who has been working in IT industry for over 20 years.

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    10-20-16
    Arcan Chan says:
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