How to Fix 0x8004060c Outlook Error?

by Gerry Martin office setup

Outlook is one of the best mailing applications you can utilize, and you should. However, the 0x8004060c error code might hinder your experience while doing so. If you want to get rid of it, then read through the post. So, here are the steps to fix the issue.

Remove Superfluous Emails

Firstly, attempt removing superfluous mails dissipating storage space. For doing this, press the Control button and choose several mails. After that, hold the Delete key to clear them.

Decrease the Size of Mailbox

If you wish to decrease the size of the mailbox, then pursue the given instructions.

  • Outlook 2016 and 2019 users can attempt decreasing size to solve 0x8004060c error using the utility of Mailbox Cleanup.
  • Click on the Files and Tools to launch the options displayed straightly below.
  • You should click on the Mailbox Cleanup option.
  • Now, choose the option AutoArchive to archive additional emails.

Compact the PST Size

If you would like to compact the PST size, then abide by the given steps.

  • Users should be able to attempt compressing the files of PST too.
  • You should click on the File and Info on Outlook.
  • Then select the option Account Settings to launch the settings screen.
  • After that, select the Data Files button.
  • You have to choose the PST file to compact.
  • Go to the Settings tab.
  • Now, hold the Compact Now tab on the screen of Outlook Data File.

Create the Outlook Data OST File Again

If you wish to create the Outlook Data OST file again, then pursue the given instructions.

  • Create the file of Outlook data OST again is different potential solutions for 0x8004060c error.
  • Then shut the Outlook when it’s open.
  • Open the Run dialog box using the Win + R keys together on your keyboard.
  • Enter ‘Control Panel’ into the Run dialogue box, and select the OK tab.
  • You should select Control Panel’s downward arrow button displayed straightly under to choose the ‘All Control Panel Items.’
  • After that, click on the ‘Mail Setup (or Mail) on Control Panel.
  • You have to choose the ‘Show Profile’ tab.
  • Reach the profile to repair and then hold the Properties tab.
  • Click on the ‘E-mail Accounts’ tab.
  • Choose the E-mail button on the screen of Accounts Settings.
  • Choose Exchange account and hold the Change tab.
  • Unselect the setting ‘Use Cached Exchange Mode.’
  • Go to More Settings tab to launch the further choices.
  • Reach the Advanced button on the screen of Microsoft Exchange.
  • Hold the ‘Offline Folder File Setting’ tab.
  • You should select the ‘Disable Offline Use’ tab.
  • Select the Yes button to verify.
  • Thereafter, choose the option ‘Offline Folder File Setting’ and select the OK.
  • Navigate to the Yes option on the dialogue box that launches.
  • Now, choose the option ‘Use Cached Exchange Mode,’ select the OK, and Next, then hold the Finish tab.


Solve PST Files with Scanpst.exe

If you would like to solve PST files with Scanpst.exe, then abide by the given steps.

  • Solving damaged PST files using the utility of Scanpst might repair 0x8004060c error too.
  • Hold the Win + E keys together to launch the File Explorer.
  • After that, launch the folder MS Office in the Explorer. The original path for Microsoft Office will be like: ‘ C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\root\Office16.’
  • You should click on the ‘SCANPST.EXE’ to launch the screen displayed straightly below.
  • Select the Browse option to choose the file of Outlook PST file to fix.
  • Go to the Start button to start the scan.
  • Now, click on the Repair tab.

Gerry Martin is from New York USA. Before he started writing blogs he went through various occupations such as teaching, programming and travelling. But his favorite job is writing blogs for antivirus technology for

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