Whoever upgraded their operating system to Windows 10 might have experienced this issue.
Yes, when you try to send an email, it will fail in Microsoft email client outlook application. MS email clinent will throw an error as given below.
This tutorial shows you How to fix Outlook Send/Receive error 0x800CCC13 after Windows 10 upgrade.
Error : Outlook Send/Receive error 0x800CCC13 after Upgrading to Windows 10 is:
User account – Sending’ reported error (0x800CCC13): ‘Cannot connect to the network. Verify your network connection or modem.
How to fix Outlook Send/Receive error 0x800CCC13 after Windows 10 upgrade ?
The Quick Fix for this issue is, you can use System File Checker to repair MS Email client’s corrupted files.
- Close MS Outlook.
- Right Click on the Start button and select :Command Prompt (Admin) If you are not able to see this, instead of that use : Windows Powershell (Admin)
- Now type in the Command Prompt as : sfc /scannow (Space between sfc and the slash) OR copy paste this command from my webpage.
Outlook Send&Receive error 0x800CCC13
- Just wait to complete the process. Generally, it will take below 20 Minutes with a normal Hard Disk Drive. If your HDD is SSD, then the process time will be very less.
- Now Restart your Windows 10 computer and open MS Outlook. It will work as you expected.
If this is not working, you may try below methods:
1] Create a new shortcut to Microsoft Outlook 2013 on your desktop. Now Right click on the recently created icon and click on Run As Administrator option.
Now verify that if you are above Send or Receive emails without any issue. If so, you can create an elevated shortcut to always run it in that mode to get rid of 0x800CCC13 issue.
2] You can Boot your computer in Clean Boot State and check that if you are above to Send/Receive.
If it is okay, then you may need to find the offending app / program that is interfering with Microsoft Outlook, and disable that program.
3] Try Creating new user profile and try to reproduce this issue – 0x800CCC13
4] Open Search / Run box, and then type ” Outlook /safe ” and hit Enter to open Outlook in safe Mode and check the status.
If this solves the issue 0x800CCC13, then its confired that there could be something problematic with Add-ins.
To verify this, click File Menu >> Options >> Add-ins >> Go Button besides Manage: Com-in Add.
You can try to identify the offending add-on and just disable it.
Now Restart MS Outlook and verify the issue.
Above are the simple ways to get rid of Outlook Send/Receive error 0x800CCC13.