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Mail gibt 0x80070001 Error

theking2
Super User
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How do I get emails working on Windows

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Gaeilgeoir
Super User
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@theking2 The first question would be „which e-mail programme do you use?“ the Swisscom Webmail, which actually should not show such kind of error or another one like „Thunderbird“ or „Outlook“ where you need to connect afore of using it properly.

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O caide sin do'n te sin nach mbaineann sin do
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theking2
Super User
3 of 9

Windows, Mail. What else?

Gaeilgeoir
Super User
4 of 9

@theking2 What means "mail"? There are a couple e-mail programmes which can be used even with Windows, or you possibly use the Swisscom Webmail, We are customers like you and don't know what you are currently using, that's why I'm asking. The webmail can be normally entered via: 

 

https://www.swisscom.ch/en/residential/help/internet/webmail.html

 

Possibly you updated Windows in the last time, for which this kind of problem is repeatedly reported, so this seems to be more a Windows related problem than a Swisscom problem. Please take look here, if you can solve the problem with hints given here:

 

https://outbyte.com/blog/fix-windows-error-0x80070001/#:~:text=The%20immediate%20cause%20of%20error,....

or

 

https://wikiresolve.com/how-to-fix-error-0x80070001-solved/

 

Good luck 🙂

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O caide sin do'n te sin nach mbaineann sin do
kaetho
Super User
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Gaeilgeoir
Super User
6 of 9

@kaetho That’s what I did 🤪.

Ma olaim an t-airgead is ma bhronnaim an t-or
O caide sin do'n te sin nach mbaineann sin do
theking2
Super User
7 of 9

Lets see what the dev team @Microsoft do with this> https://aka.ms/AAdt3oa

Gaeilgeoir
Super User
8 of 9

@theking2 Did you get a feedback from the dev team? Would be interested to know what they said?

Ma olaim an t-airgead is ma bhronnaim an t-or
O caide sin do'n te sin nach mbaineann sin do
Black Mamba
Super User
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@theking2 

 

this topic from Microsoft Support can help

Windows backup or restore errors 0x80070001, 0x81000037, or 0x80070003 (microsoft.com)

 

if the e-mail program used is Windows Live Mail his reputation does not seem very reliable

prefer Outlook from the Office 365 suite (paid subscription) or Thunderbird from Mozilla (free)

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