Steps to Fix the Outlook Live Problems
There are many Outlook live problems that you could be experiencing. Chances are the Outlook is down for several hours and you are still working on a fix. An immediate resolution would be to look for email Outlook support to troubleshoot your issues.
- Alternatively, you can close and reopen your browser,
- clear the browser’s cache,
- disable your anti-virus protection
- and even restart your computer
If you have done everything, then you must check if your internet service provider is allowing you to access Outlook. Other ways to see if your Outlook is down is with web services that show if your Outlook is working or not. The websites also provide stats on users who have reported issues and look forward to an email outlook support for a solution.
One of the most common problems is the Windows Live mail error 0x8DE20003 or server error: 3204 accessing. With this you are unable to sign in or access email.
Sometimes the issue is accompanied by an error message ‘Email address is removed for privacy or server error: 324’.
To troubleshoot this you can download a wizard that will automatically fix the issue. It is available in English only.
You could also try fixing the issue yourself by using the Registry Editor. However, you must take care that you use the Registry Editor correctly otherwise you might end up reinstalling the entire Windows Operating System.
The steps to the DIY are as follows:
- Run ‘Regedit’
- Windows 7:
- To run ‘Regedit’ click on ‘Start’
- Type ‘regedit’ in the ‘Search’ field text box
- Windows 8:
- Click ‘Search’ in the upper right corner
- Type ‘regedit’ in the text box
- In the ‘User Account Control’ window click on ‘Ok’
- Once you start Regedit
- Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\WindowsLive\Communications Clients\Shared\Policies
- Here, remove the entry The Name field = ssl.live.com_MBL_SSL and Data field = MBI_SSL
- Exit Regedit
- Windows 7: