Receiving error 0x80042109 in Outlook 2007? Read the given passage carefully to get solution.
While using Microsoft Outlook , you may have encountered some problems. One of them is error 0x80042109. Error 0x80042109 occurs while sending and receiving emails from MS Outlook 2007. Anyone using Outlook application may encounter problems once in a while. Error 0x80042109 creates an annoying situation when you failed to send and receive emails and thus you get an error message :
“Sending reported error (0x80042109): Outlook cannot connect to your outgoing (SMTP) e-mail server”
“Sending and Receiving reported error (0x80042109): Outlook is unable to connect to your outgoing (SMTP) e-mail server”.
- Not connected to internet or any internet connection problem
- Outlook profile is damaged
- Email on POP3server is damaged
- Incorrect account settings
- Virus infection
- Oversized PST file
- Mail server unavailability
- Excess of junk files
- Due to missing application files
Fix Error 0x80042109 in Outlook 2007
Manual Method –
Follow the steps to manually fix error 0x80042109 -:
- Open Outlook 2007 and click on Tools option → Account Settings.
- In the dialog box, select your email account and then click on Change option at the top.
- Click on More Settings button.
- Click on Advanced tab in another dialog box.
- Now, set Outgoing server (SMTP) port to 587.
- Again, set encryption to TLS.
- Click on OK.
- Click on Next in the appeared dialog box and then Finish.
Automatic Method –
If you are a professional Outlook user then only yu can perform the above mentioned steps. If you are a novice user, you may face some difficulties while fixing this issue. For such situations, you can take help from a Professional PST Repair tool. PST Repair tool is ideal utility tool to fix Outlook issues. It can renovate complete Outlook applications making it free from error 0x80042109 that has made files corrupted and inaccessible. It is able to retrieve accidentally deleted, missing or lost Outlook items like emails, calendars, notes, events, journals, etcetera. It is supported by almost every version of Outlook such as 2000, 2003, 2007 and 2010.