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When you receive a new e-mail in your Microsoft Outlook, you may receive an error message along with the mail, which states:

"Sending and receiving reported error "0x80004005": The operation failed."
This issue occurs with Microsoft Outlook when the computer on which it is installed, uses Norton antivirus software with enabled script blocking feature.
This issue can be resolved by updating the Norton antivirus.

iGennie offers you the best technical support for Norton antivirus software. Call iGennie antivirus support at +1-855-512-4808 (toll free)and get help for your Norton antivirus. The iGennie technicians will help you install the updated version of Norton antivirus. If you do not want to install a new antivirus, then the iGennie experts can also help you reconfigure your Norton antivirus, so that it supports Outlook mails.

Further there are few other methods that can be tried for resolving this issue:
Method I: Disable Script Blocking In Your Norton Antivirus
Disabling script blocking can resolve this issue, but at the same time it may also make your system vulnerable to virus attacks. Hence, this method is risky and should be avoided till possible.
Method II: Disable New-Mail Notification In Outlook
Follow the below given steps to disable new mail notification:
  • Open Microsoft Outlook
  • Click Options>Preferences
  • Click E-mail Options
  • Click to clear the check box for "Display a notification message when new mail arrives"
  • Close the Window
This method can help you resolve this issue for the in-coming mails in your outlook, but it cannot resolve the problem with the out-going e-mails.

For any technical help for disabling the new mail notification in your Outlook, contact iGennie Outlook support. Just dial the iGennie customer support number, +1-855-512-4808 (toll free) and the iGennie executives will provide instant Microsoft Outlook support.
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