lumia 820. code error 80070018. office e-mail account not updated
Error: lumia 820. code error 80070018. office e-mail account not updatedNokia Lumia 820
when synchonizing company e-mails i receive message code error 80070018, not updated.
Last update days ago.
yes i can receive and sent e-mail through telephone correctly bu i receive the same answer
is there any solution??
i'm thinking to leave nokia after all these years
Answers to Error: lumia 820. code error 80070018. office e-mail account not updatedHi Ioannis Gerolymos,
Thanks fort he forum entry.
Please try the following:
1. Remove the account and add it new.
2. Contact the administrator and get the settings reviewed.
3. Did you receive a certificate?
4. Have you tried restating the Phone?
5. Did you change the password?
6. Have you tried resetting the Phone.
7. What have you tried so fare.
8. Since when does it not work?
9. What was the last application installed +- when it has stopped.
10. Could you have a look if there is an email that has some unusual attachments.
Or is very big.
(since that day that the error occurred.)
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The sfc command is also known as System File Checker which is a very helpful utility to verify and replace important system files. When it scans the whole system and finds any missing, corrupt or damaged system files, it will replace the problematic files. This can fix the problem if the file is provided by Microsoft.
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