The Outlook email client is full of features and services, which makes it one of the most prominent email clients among its peers. But, this provider is also full of complexities and issues. These complexities work as a hurdle in the user experience. One of the hurdles which the user's face is error code 0x80040119. So, let’s dig deep into this issue and try to fix it.
The core of the issue is an overgrown PST file. Whenever a user doesn’t pay enough attention to remove the unused data, emails, attachments or files, the PST gets overloaded. As a result, an overgrown Outlook data file which is prone to corruption and when it gets corrupt it creates a send and receive error. This 0x80040119 is one of those send and receive errors that users face commonly.
The appearance of the error can be seen like the below dialog box:
As I’ve told earlier, the core reason for the issue is overgrown PST file. But, there are many other reasons possible for this error code:
There are multiple symptoms which users face due to this error:
Whatever symptom you face but you do need a resolution when you face this error message. So let’s find out the solution.
To resolve this issue, you can go for the utility scanpst.exe which is provided by Microsoft itself. This utility can be used by following the below steps:
This will fix the corruption of the PST file and hopefully remove the error code. But, there are some limitations associated with the tool:
To overcome these limitation, this is recommended to use a professional tool like PST File Recovery. This utiliy lets you remove all kind of corruption and also lets you split the PST file in smaller blocks for making the overgrown PST under the recommended size.
PST file is the key component of Outlook. Whenever it grows over the size limit, the chances of corruption gets high. So, removing the un-useful emails or archiving the PST data is a good practice. It keeps you away from the error 0x80040119 and also from other Outlook send and recieve errors. Hope, it was helpful and worth your time.