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2/25/12
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farmgirl72

How to stop Error Number: 0x800CCCD2 ?

Explain your issue in full detail here:
 
I am getting this error when I use Windiws Mail.
 
Header download for the '[Gmail]' folder did not complete. Could not select '[Gmail]' on the IMAP server. You might try refreshing your folder list to synchronize with the IMAP server. Account: 'imap.gmail.com', Server: 'imap.gmail.com', Protocol: IMAP, Server Response: 'NONEXISTENT] Unknown Mailbox: [Gmail] (Failure)', Port: 993, Secure(SSL): Yes, Error Number: 0x800CCCD2
 
I recieve all of my mail but I always get this error.  How do I resolve this issue? 

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Operating system (e.g. WinXP):  Windows Vista
Program and version you use to access Gmail (e.g. Internet Explorer 9 or Outlook 2003): Windows Mail 
Your antivirus software (e.g. Norton 2007): McAfee Security Center
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wár17 §
2/25/12
wár17 §
[Gmail] is a place holder, not a real folder. In Windows Mail Gmail IMAP settings, de-select [Gmail] begin checked for mail.
2/26/12
Original Poster
farmgirl72
war17,
 
I don't understand how to do this. "[Gmail] is a place holder, not a real folder. In Windows Mail Gmail IMAP settings, de-select [Gmail] begin checked for mail."
Can you explain in more detail?
 
Thank you for your help.
 
wár17 §
2/26/12
wár17 §
Here is how to unsubscribe from IMAP folder in Windows Mail
jazzy66
4/25/12
jazzy66
To resolving Error Number: 0x800CCCD2:
1.Open Outlook Express
2. Go to:Tools/Accounts/Properties/IMAP
3.Uncheck 'Check for new message in all folders'
4.Apply/OK
5.SOLVED
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