Error code 80072F30 is a general-purpose email error on Windows 8 phones. It doesn’t really have a specific cause or effect. Sometimes it prevents you from accessing email, sometimes it’s just a problem when trying to send, or any Another strange configuration.
Of the problems that can cause this error, they are usually due to a discrepancy between the configuration of your phone and your email server. There may be a number of errors, so unfortunately the only way to know is to try several things and see what works.
Go to Menu> Settings> Email and accounts, press and hold your account and select Delete. Then go to Add an account and rerun the configuration process, this time choosing Advanced Settings.
A common cause is that the time on your device and email server does not match, which throws this error. In that case, go to Menu> Settings> Date and time. Uncheck “Automatic settings” if it is checked and correct the time there. If it doesn’t work, check with a system administrator to make sure the time on the server is set correctly.
The certificate your phone uses may not be correct. On another computer that can access your email, Outlook will be configured with that certificate. Save it to your computer, then send it to another email address on your phone.
Download the certificate from the attached file and install it. Once installed, you must delete and reinstall your email account.
Go to Menu> Settings> Email and accounts, press and hold the account and select delete. Then go to Add an account and rerun the configuration process.
Go to Menu> Settings> Email and accounts, then select the account with which you receive the error. Go to Settings, then scroll down until you see Outgoing (SMTP). This must be the same port through which you send your email server.
The default value here is port 25, which is blocked by most ISPs due to the frequency with which it is used to send spam. Your email server must allow a different one. Contact your system administrator to obtain the ports you use and change that menu.
Your phone may be trying to connect to your wireless service provider using the wrong Access Point Name. To solve this, go to Menu> Settings> Access point> Add. Once there, you must enter the details provided by your wireless service provider.
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