[Fixed] mail could not be received at this time Outlook 2011 Mac
For sending and receiving mails on your Mac computer you switch from the entourage 2008 to the Outlook 2011. You can send or receive mails, access the old saved data, make schedule, plan events and many more things with the help of this. But sometimes when you try to receive a mail then there prompts an error message stating that “mail could not be received at this time Outlook 2011 Mac”. Though sending of the mail is not affected with this error message. It happens mainly due to the problem in the account settings of Outlook 2011. You can fix this issue with the help of manual or automatic way of troubleshooting. You can use MacKeeper tool to fix the issue automatically.
What are the symptoms –
Then main symptom is the prompting of the error message in the following way;
Mail could not be received at this time.
The server for account <name> returned the error “authentication failed.” Your username/password or security settings may be incorrect. Would you like to try re-entering your password?
How to resolve the issue of mail could not be received at this time Outlook 2011 Mac –
Use the following manual steps to fix the problem of this error:
- Open Outlook 2011.
- Go to the Tools menu and click on the Account.
- Select your email account.
- Inter the correct SMPT server information in the outgoing server box.
- Select the override the SMPT port. Type 587 in the box.
- Close the Window of Outlook 2011.
At the end of the process you will find that sending and receiving of mails and other files is now working properly and the issue of “mail could not be received at this time Outlook 2011 Mac” is resolved correctly. In case you cannot complete it manually then you must download MacKeeper tool to fix this issue automatically.
MacKeeper tool will help you to resolve the Outlook 2011 of Mac issue very easily. With the help of this tool you can also optimize the performance of the system. This tool is compatible with every operating system and work very efficiently on them.