Yet another Windows PC mail app sync error. Users get this sync error more and more as days pass. The error code 0x86000c09 in the mail app stops the synchronisation of sent/received addresses. Trying to synchronise manually throws error messages.

Earlier, we discussed how to repair the 0x8500201D mail app error message. We’re going to see how to fix the 0x86000c09 error today.

Why does the 0x86000c09 error code occur?

Anything clashes and the Sync does not go beyond the very simple explanation that this error code happens. For all of us, syncing mail is necessary, even because of Network Connectivity problems it may fail, although it is very rare.

Mail app error 0x86000c09 can also arise if servers are down. This is not a user side problem in particular. But again that’s just very unusual. Since we have a tested workaround in the Windows 10 mail app that almost guarantees the error code 0x86000c09 is solved.

Fixing Mail app Error 0x86000c09

Outlook error code 0x86000c09

We normally share more than 1 solutions to any error code or problem what users face, but we have only one for this specific error in outlook. This is because it would be enough to solve the problem using the approach we are going to share here. Thus the error correcting process does not need to be complex.

Fix Error 0x86000c09 by Removing Device

Removing your computer from the list of computers where your email address gets synchronised would fix the dilemma. This is quick and so are the steps I will teach you below.

  • Go to www.
  • If you have not already signed up, login to your account.
  • When you have signed in, click on the Settings icon in the upper left corner.
  • Click the Options tab.
  • Go to the General portion, then to Mobile Devices.
  • Look for the computer and just press the Delete button.
  • Go to the Mail app and Re-Sync again after the computer has been disabled.

If done correctly, the above steps will certainly fix your mail app issue that does not sync with error code 0x86000c09. Doing this has demonstrated that several users have overcome the dilemma, and we are confident that this will work for you as well.

We’d love to hear from you. Let us know whether the measures above have helped you to address the problem in the comments below or not. We will refresh this article with a few more troubleshooters if this does not help.

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