Trying to access my Outlook account – new

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What does it mean that it cannot access Outlook because the server is not working?
ASKED: March 3, 2013  5:44 PM
UPDATED: March 4, 2013  1:50 PM

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You need to check your Internet connectivity and account settings. Also check your server settings. If it does not help then contact your ISP.

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Maria

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  • TomLiotta
    It means that the Outlook 'client' program that runs on your PC is not getting a response from the e-mail server that is running somewhere out in your network. Your PC seems to be okay, but something out along the network route is causing a block for communications. It could be that the e-mail server has crashed or that normal maintenance is being performed so that the server can't reply at the moment. But it could also be that anything along the route (the network cabling, routers, switches, whatever is between your PC and the server) is not working. You probably can't do anything but report the problem to your Support group. -- Tom
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