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If you receive the error “PII_EMAIL_3AF808B2D,” it means that your email data contains Personally Identifiable Information (PII). PII is any information that could be used to identify an individual, such as an email address, name, physical address, or Social Security number. To protect the privacy of individuals, Microsoft does not allow PII in customer data.
To fix this error, you will need to remove all PII from your email data before you can continue. Once you have removed all PII, you can try sending your email again. If you continue to receive the “PII_EMAIL_3AF808B2D” error, please contact Microsoft support for further assistance.
What is PII_EMAIL_3AF808B2D?
PII_EMAIL_3AF808B2D is an error code that is associated with the Microsoft Outlook email application. This error code indicates that there is a problem with the way that the Outlook email program is configured on your computer. In order to fix this error, you will need to change the way that Outlook is configured on your computer.
How to fix PII_EMAIL_3AF808B2D
There are a few ways that you can try to fix this error. The first thing you can do is to clear your cookies and cache. You can also try to disable your browser extensions. If these two options don’t work, you can try to reset your browser.
Method 1: Check your email account
The PII_EMAIL_3AF808B2D error can occur when trying to connect to an email account that does not exist. To fix this, check the spelling of your email address and try again. If you are still seeing the error, contact your email provider for further assistance.
Method 2: Clear your browser’s cache and cookies
If you’ve recently made changes to your email account, such as changing your password, you may need to clear your browser’s cache and cookies before you can log in. To do this, follow the instructions for your browser below.
1.Click the More icon in the top-right corner of Chrome.
2.Click More tools > Clear browsing data… .
3.In the “Time range” drop-down menu, select All time.
4.Check the boxes next to “Cookies and other site data” and “Cached images and files.”
5.Click Clear data > Clear data .
6.Exit and restart Chrome, then try connecting to your email account again.
1.Click Safari > Preferences… .
2.In the Privacy tab, click Manage Website Data… . If you’re using macOS Sierra or earlier, click Remove All Website Data….
3.Click Remove now . If you’re using macOS Sierra or earlier, click Remove now in the pop-up window that appears. Safari will remove all cookies from all websites that you’ve visited and restart automatically when it’s done removing them all.. After it restarts, try connecting to your email account again..
Method 2: Check your browser’s settings
This error can sometimes be caused by your browser’s settings. Try clearing your browser’s cache and cookies, and make sure that you’re using the latest version. You can also try using a different browser.
If you’re still seeing the error, contact your email provider or the owner of the website that you’re trying to access.
Method 3: Check your computer’s settings
3. Check your computer’s settings
If you’re using a laptop, chances are that your computer’s settings are configured to automatically go into hibernation or standby mode when you close the lid. This can cause the PII_EMAIL_3AF808B2D error to occur.
To fix this, simply open your computer’s settings andChange the power settings so that your computer doesn’t go into hibernation or standby mode when you close the lid.
It is hoped that this article has helped you to fix the PII_EMAIL_3AF808B2D error in your Outlook account. As stated earlier, this error can be caused by a variety of factors, so it is important to troubleshoot each one systematically in order to find the root cause. In most cases, the issue can be resolved by following the steps outlined in this article. However, if the problem persists after following all of the steps, it is recommended that you contact Microsoft support for further assistance.