[access-uk] Re: gmail imap problems

  • From: "david pritchard" <wd.pritchard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2014 16:29:10 +0100

Hi Mo

Here is the complete error message :- 
Your IMAP command could not be sent to the server, due to non-network errors. 
This could, for example, indicate a lack of memory on your system.

   Account: Gmail (davidpritchard046)
   Server: imap.gmail.com
   User name: davidpritchard046
   Protocol: IMAP
   Port: 993
   Secure(SSL): 1
   Code: 800c007b

The suggestion I found on Google was to change from ssl to tsl and to change 
the port number. I’m a little reluctannt to change from wlm as I have around 30 
folders and 3 other email accounts which all work fine.



From: Mobeen Iqbal 
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 3:47 PM
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: [access-uk] Re: gmail imap problems

Hi david.

What are your current security settings set to? If i were you i would switch to 
thunderbird, its much more reliable, less buggy than wlm and can be taken 
anywhere on a pen drive as well. It looks just like outlook express if set up 
correctly as well.

All the best,


david pritchard <wd.pritchard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: 
  Hi listers

  I’ve been following a current thread on gmail with great interest. I’m hoping 
that someone on the list can help me  with a related problem. I’ve set up a 
gmail account using imap. Everything sort of works i.e. I can send and receive  
emails from this account. Unfortunately when I’m using this account windows 
live mail keeps on crashing giving me the error code 800ccc0f. I then click on 
cancel and after a few seconds wlm carries on. I’ve looked up the code on 
google and have been told either to convert to a pop account or to change the 
security settings. I’m reluctant to try these until I’ve asked if anyone else 
on the list has come across this problem. I’m using the latest wlm on win 7 
home premium and Jaws 15.



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