Sometimes, while using Outlook 2010, you will find that your IMAP server closed the connection throws the following error:
Server Closed Connection; Error Code: 0x800CCCDD. The above error is a well-known one. It is associated with the IMAP configured accounts. These accounts would have been connected to an IMAP service that has probably timed out. What actually happens is that the Outlook client will send an IDLE command to the mail server. If such a situation arises, the mail server will have to force close the connections. The mail server, in fact, will be set to force close the connections by default.
To fix the error, follow the instructions given below:
Note: The solution described here is based on the Outlook 2010 client:
After completing the above procedure, the IMAP account that you have configured will stop sending the IDLE command to the server. From now on, all the Send/Receive procedures should be done manually. Finally your IMAP server closed the connection issue is resolved succesfully.
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