How to fix email error 0x80048802 on Windows 10

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Steps to fix email error 0x80048802

  1. Run the Windows built in troubleshooter
  2. Run SFC
  3. Perform a clean boot
  4. Update the Mail & Calendar app in Windows Store
  5. Reinstall the Mail & Calendar app
  6. Check if the proxy connection is enabled
  7. Install Windows updates
  8. Perform a system restore

There are thousands of different error codes that may occur in hundreds of places throughout your computer. This article is about the 0x80048802 email error. If you encounter this error and want to find a solution to your problem, here are a few ways that can help you fix this problem.

How can I fix error 0x80048802?

Solution 1: Run the App Troubleshooter

Because Windows 10 comes with a series of built-in troubleshooters that allow you to quickly fix some problems related to your operating system or the apps you are using, this is the first thing you can try. In order to verify if this solution works for you:

  1. Go to Settings and click on Update & Security
  2. Click on Troubleshoot
  3. Launch the Windows Apps troubleshooter

windows apps troubleshooter

In case the Windows app troubleshooter stopped working, you can use this guide to fix it.

Solution 2: Run SFC

Error 0x80048802 may be caused by Windows system file issues. That is why you can also use Microsoft’s System File Checker to check for system file corruption. This utility verifies the integrity of all system files and repairs the problematic ones:

  1. Go to Start and type cmd
  2. Right click on Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator
  3. Type sfc /scannow and wait for the scanning process to completesfc scannow
  4. Restart your computer

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Solution 3: Perform a clean boot

Performing a clean boot can be useful in identifying the cause behind error code. Disabling all start up processes and then re-enabling them one at a time can help you find the source of the error:

  1. Click on Start and type msconfig in the search bar
  2. Select System Configuration and open the Services tab
  3. Check the Hide all Microsoft services check box and click on Disable allhide all microsoft services
  4. Open the Startup tab and click on Open Task Manager button
  5. Right-click on all start-up items and click on Disable to disable themdisable startup programs
  6. Close Task Manager and save the changes
  7. Restart your computer

Note: If the error does not persist, you will have to start each application/ services at a time to see what is causing the error.

Solution 4: Update the Mail & Calendar app in Windows Store

Another suggestion is to check an update for Mail & Calendar app in Windows Store as many users reported that updating the app to the latest version can fix this issue:

  1. Launch Windows Store and click on your Profile on top right of Windows Store
  2. Select Download and Updates
  3. Click Check for updates to see if any update available for Mail & Calendar app.

update windows store apps

Note: If the problem still persists, you can uninstall and reinstall the Mail & Calendar app. You can find more datiled information in the next solution.

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Solution 5: Reinstall the Mail & Calendar app

If the above solution did not work for you, the next thing you can try is uninstalling and reinstalling the Mail & Calendar app to see if this fixes your issue:

  1. Press Windows + X keys and select Command prompt (Admin)
  2. Copy and paste the below command lines one by one and press Enter
  • Powershell
  • Get-AppxPackage *windowscommunicationsapps* | Remove-AppxPackage
  1. Go back to Store and try to install the app again

Note: When you open the store to install the Mail & Calendar app, if it says the product is already installed, then press Windows key + R, type WSReset.exe and hit Enter. Now check if it allows you install again. If the problem persists, try to restart your PC, post complete shutdown and then check the issue.

Solution 6: Check if the proxy connection is enabled

There could be various reasons behind this error. We suggest you to check if the proxy connection is enabled. In order to do this:

  1. Go to Settings and click on Network and Internet
  2. Click on Proxy and ensure that Automatically detect connection is turned ON and the rest are OFF

automatically detect proxy

Along with this, follow the steps below:

  1. Press Windows + R keys
  2. Type inetcpl.cpl and click on OK
  3. From the Internet Options dialog box, go to the Connections tab and click on LAN Setting
  4. Uncheck the Use a proxy server for your LAN (These settings will not apply to dial-up or VPN connections) checkbox
  5. check Automatically detect settings and apply changes

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Solution 7: Install Windows updates

Some users reported that they succeeded to fix this problem simply by installing the latest Windows updates. Normally, Windows 10 installs automatically the updates in the background, but sometimes it can happen that you skip an important update. In order to check the updates, please follow the below steps:

  1. Press Windows + I keys in order to open Settings app
  2. Navigate to Update and security
  3. click on Check for updates button

check for updates

Solution 8: Perform a system restore

You can always try to revert your computer to its previous settings if you face a stubborn error that will not go away even though you tried all of the methods described above. In order to do this:

  1. Go to Start and type system restore
  2. In the System Properties window, click on System Restore button
  3. Click Next and you will see a list of all available restore pointsSystem restore Windows 10
  4. Check Show more restore points option and select the desired restore point
  5. Follow the instructions to complete the process

We hope that at least one of the described solutions helped you fix the 0x80048802 email error. If you found other solutions to this problem, we would be more than glad if you shared them with us.

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