The 0x8000000b error code indicates that the Mail app was unable to connect to the Gmail IMAP server. Make sure your firewall is allowing outbound connections to ports 993, 465 and 587. Some anti-virus programs can also cause this problem, so try disabling email scanning temporarily to allow the direct connection.
Check that you’re using a browser that works with Gmail
Check your browser extensions or applications
Clear your browser’s cache & cookies
Check your Gmail Advanced settings
– Close and reset the app in Settings/Apps/Mail & Calendar > Advanced Options and restart.
– Update the Mail & Calendar app via Microsoft Store > Downloads & Updates.
– Remove this via the PowerShell app as an administrator and restart your computer.
Error 0x80070490 is a status law that indicates a corrupted file or is present in the System Component Store process or possibly a Component Based Service (CBS). All three services are responsible for performing and monitoring all Windows-related update operations.
Sometimes extensions or add-ons installed on your browser or applications installed on your computer can interfere with Gmail. Temporarily try selling these extensions and apps separately, then use Gmail immediately to see if that solves the problem.
Check advanced mailbox settings
Go to Start and open Mail. Select Account Management and your email account. Select Synchronization options to edit your mailbox > More mailbox options. This usually indicates that your incoming and outgoing Internet addresses and email ports are correct.
To fix this error, do one of the following: Select at the bottom of the left navigation bar.
Select Account Management and Inbox. Change
Select Mailbox Sync Options > Advanced Mailbox Options.
Make sure your incoming and outgoing mail servers and addresses are correct.
Re: Windows App Mail doesn’t work with Gmail accounts. In a browser, go to Gmail.Settings
Select > Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
In the “Access” section, select “Enable IMAP”.
Select Save Changes.
Click on File.Account menu
Select “Settings” again, then “Account Settings”.
Select an email address to edit.
From here you can view and partially test all of your settings.
Press the entire Windows 10 Start button and select All Apps.
Scroll down the list a little and select Mail under M.
Welcome to the welcome screen.
Click/tap any button + Add account
On the account selection screen, select Google
A service sign-in window will appear, which will appear as a Google consent box.
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