Windows 7 - Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8DE00002

Asked By DMone on 12-Dec-07 06:36 AM
Hello,

I am having great trouble trying to syncronize the Windows Live Mail desktop
application with my MSN email account.  At first it worked well, but once I
started moving my email from my inbox to a folder that is also hosted at MSN,
I then received the syncronization errors.  Sometimes the errors goes away on
its own, but only after a few days - sometimes not at all though.  I can
however get it to work if I reinstall the application or remove and re-add my
MSN account.  But once I start moving email from my inbox to a folder, I
receive the same issue.  Here is the error message, any ideas?


Server Error: 5102
Server Response: timedout to ip 10.1.246.48:2000
Server: 'http://mail.services.live.com/DeltaSync_v2.0.0/Sync.aspx'
Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8DE00002




DMone replied on 12-Dec-07 06:44 AM
After reading some posts, I want to get the obvious out of the way before I'm
told to check these items...

-- I have the latest version of Windows Live Mail.
-- My time is set correctly.
-- The server is not down.
-- This happens consistently.
-- I can log into mail.live.com with the same account
Ildhund replied on 13-Dec-07 09:43 AM
This was a problem for some in the beta stages. I thought it had been fixed, but clearly not for everybody...
How were your user folders created? It seemed that the sync process sometimes had difficulty reproducing on the server folders
created in the client. So, one thing to try is to access your account on the web, move the messages from the user-created folder
there back to the inbox and delete the folder. You might save yourself some work later if you close down WLMail meanwhile so the
moved messages don't all get downloaded again. Then create a new folder on the web with a different name and move your messages into
it. Restart WLMail and wait for a full sync to take place - which might take some time.
--
Noel
Julio Castro replied on 19-Dec-07 03:18 PM
Try reseting IE setting.
m replied on 01-Jan-08 12:31 PM
I'm using a different server:
http://mail.services.live.com/DeltaSync_v1.0.0/sync.aspx and haven't had any
problem for over 6 hours now.
--
©LarryEº

Hello,

I am having great trouble trying to syncronize the Windows Live Mail desktop
application with my MSN email account.  At first it worked well, but once I
started moving my email from my inbox to a folder that is also hosted at
MSN,
I then received the syncronization errors.  Sometimes the errors goes away
on
its own, but only after a few days - sometimes not at all though.  I can
however get it to work if I reinstall the application or remove and re-add
my
MSN account.  But once I start moving email from my inbox to a folder, I
receive the same issue.  Here is the error message, any ideas?


Server Error: 5102
Server Response: timedout to ip 10.1.246.48:2000
Server: 'http://mail.services.live.com/DeltaSync_v2.0.0/Sync.aspx'
Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8DE00002
Beverly Brown replied on 01-Jan-08 02:19 PM
I'm having this same problem. When I look at the properties for my account,
it's listed as using that server. But in the error message it points to the
V2 one.

I have another hotmail account and it is working just fine.

Beverly
Beverly Brown replied on 01-Jan-08 02:30 PM
I have another system that is runing Outlook Express and it is successfully
accessing the hotmail account that WLM is having troubles with.

Beverly
Beverly Brown replied on 01-Jan-08 02:48 PM
That makes sense except for the fact that Outlook Express (on another
system) is able to access the same account that WLM is having trouble with.

My account that is having problems is on bay133.

Beverly
Beverly Brown replied on 01-Jan-08 02:53 PM
I just checked my other accounts (the ones that are working). One of them is
on the same server as the one that is not working - bay133.

Beverly
m replied on 01-Jan-08 03:06 PM
Thanks for that explanation Noel, since I rarely look at that I was unaware
until you mention it.  I just checked 3 of my accounts and they are all on
different bays.
--
©LarryEº

Hello,

I am having great trouble trying to syncronize the Windows Live Mail desktop
application with my MSN email account.  At first it worked well, but once I
started moving my email from my inbox to a folder that is also hosted at
MSN,
I then received the syncronization errors.  Sometimes the errors goes away
on
its own, but only after a few days - sometimes not at all though.  I can
however get it to work if I reinstall the application or remove and re-add
my
MSN account.  But once I start moving email from my inbox to a folder, I
receive the same issue.  Here is the error message, any ideas?


Server Error: 5102
Server Response: timedout to ip 10.1.246.48:2000
Server: 'http://mail.services.live.com/DeltaSync_v2.0.0/Sync.aspx'
Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8DE00002
boso replied on 01-Jan-08 04:34 PM
I copied and pasted the server into my hotmail account and it worked for
me...even though it was the same one!  Dont know, but its working.  Thanks!
Philipp replied on 01-Jan-08 04:30 PM
Hello!

Since today I have the same problem: Error ID: 0x8DE00002
I'm using WLM 12.0.1606 both hotmail accounts create this error.
I tried different server-urls but always with the same result.

In Outlook Express the same accounts are working.

Any suggestions?

Thanks and kind regards
Ildhund replied on 01-Jan-08 04:08 PM
Not only that - if you look at a fiddler trace, or even the log, you'll see
that you're not always connecting to the same 'machine' because there appear
to be several ways in to the DS servers, called DS1, DS2 and so on. The
server error might only be on one of those, which would explain why one
account on a particular bay was working while another on the same bay
wasn't. Wouldn't it be nice if MSFT chipped in here with an authoritative
explanation of what's happening?
--
Noel

unaware
desktop
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Gu replied on 09-Jan-08 01:04 PM
I have the same problem for two days now.  I was working fine under I started
clearing out my Inbox, shifting files to online and offline folders.  I've
tried everything proposed in this discussion, to no avail.  HELP!