Roadrunner Email problems are widespread, but they are never a pleasant sight to view since they cause email accounts to malfunction. TWC Email subscribers have recently had problems accessing their email accounts, with the message ‘Outbound mail rejected.’ They are also receiving an error code, namely ‘Error 0x800CCC79’, along with this message. Users are unable to determine what has caused this issue, let alone discover a remedy.
It happens from time to time that you are unable to send emails. You open your preferred email program (Mozilla Thunderbird, Outlook Express, SendBlaster, etc.), type a few lines, enter the recipients’ addresses, hit “Send,” and… The result is an error. Why?
If you’re having trouble sending emails, the issue is almost certainly (but not always) connected to your SMTP server, which handles the entire email distribution process. That’s why, even if you don’t have a lot of mailing demands, it’s always advisable to use a professional server.
Surprisingly, those individuals have double-checked their Time Warner connections, which appear to be correct as well. This adds to the consumers’ uncertainty about the incidence of the problem because they are encountering a brand new issue for no apparent reason with the same set of settings.
“The message could not be sent,” is the actual error message they got. You’ll need to configure your outgoing email (SMTP) server settings. You must contact the Roadrunner email support facility in order to determine the right server settings for your email account or spectrum.net.”
Here are some of the errors you may face while sending emails:
Here’s a checklist to help you figure out why you can’t send emails and fix any big issues:
This mistake, like all others, may be rectified by following a simple remedy, which goes like this. The inability of the users to authenticate themselves to the SMTP server is the cause of the problem. As a result, their IP address has been added to the blacklist of IPs. As a result, it will take some time for those IP addresses to be delisted when the mistake that Roadrunner email/TWC email techies have pointed out is corrected. Users should additionally perform the following, according to the problem message:
If the problem persists or a new problem emerges with your Roadrunner email settings, it is recommended that you contact the Roadrunner email support team. They will give the finest possible support with this issue since they have been dealing with similar situations for quite some time. Make contact with specialists to come up with a specific solution to the issue.