Windows 10: Your account settings are out of date - Mail App Error

Discus and support Your account settings are out of date - Mail App Error in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; Hi, So updated to latest version of Windows last week 10.0.19041 build 19041. After that update, all my accounts, gmail and university, are... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by prince_thrissy, Sep 17, 2020 at 1:52 AM.

  1. Your account settings are out of date - Mail App Error


    Hi, So updated to latest version of Windows last week 10.0.19041 build 19041.

    After that update, all my accounts, gmail and university, are automatically logging out after every restart.

    When I open mail app, it shows up Caution sign on each account stating "Your gmail account settings are out of date"

    When I click Fix account, it directs me to login into the account. It fixes it temporarily but after next restart, it remains the same.


    Did anyone else have same issue? Any fixes please?


    Thanks !

    :)
     
    prince_thrissy, Sep 17, 2020 at 1:52 AM
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  2. Unable to sync my Rediffmail account to the mail app on Windows 10 - Error: "Your Rediffmail settings are out of date".

    Hi Deepak,

    The error messages in Windows 10 Mail app about an out-of-date account settings can be caused by an incorrect password or a certificate error. To rectify such issue, we suggest that you follow the steps listed in this

    article
    which talks about the error messages that you are receiving.

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  3. Error: "Settings out of date" and unable to save the password for the app on Windows 10

    Hello Christine,

    As the above description is not clear provide additional information to assist you better with this issue:

    • Are you referring to Office Outlook (Mail client version)/ Mail app/ Windows Live Mail?
    • What is the complete error message/ error code of this issue?

    If you are referring to Windows Mail app, let us try the below troubleshooting steps and check if it helps.

    Step 1: I suggest you to check if there are any updates for Mail app in Windows Store. If found try to update the app.

    Step 2: I suggest you to run Windows Store Apps Troubleshooter,
    troubleshoots problems that may prevent Windows Store Apps from working correctly.

    Refer: Run the troubleshooter for Windows apps

    Step 3: I suggest you to check with the system Date, time and Time zone
    is set correct.

    Follow the steps to set the date and time:

    • Type Date and Time in the search bar.
    • Click Change date and time button.
    • Click Apply and Ok to save the date and time.
    Note: Click on the Time Zone tab to check the Time Zone.

    Hope it helps. Reply to the post with the required information for further assistance.

    Thank you.
     
    Deepika Gowda, Sep 17, 2020 at 1:53 AM
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  4. stevehero Win User

    Your account settings are out of date - Mail App Error

    error 0x8007042b when adding a Yahoo Mail account to MS Mail App

    I went this route and added passwords for yahoo mail. I might try this method above to get gmail to buck up! *Tongue

    @Bastet, this is probably what you were referring to the whole time.


    YAHOO MAIL FIX
    2FA needs to be enabled which it already was and just follow these steps below.

    1. In yahoo mails account security, click on manage app passwords.

    Your account settings are out of date - Mail App Error [​IMG]


    2. After selecting other app and entering the new app name in the text box

    Your account settings are out of date - Mail App Error [​IMG]


    3. Now, in Windows 10 mail app, add this type of account.

    Your account settings are out of date - Mail App Error [​IMG]


    4. In Windows 10 mail app, enter your details and the password generated by step 2.

    Your account settings are out of date - Mail App Error [​IMG]


    Fully functional mail app again.



    GMAIL FIX

    Now similar steps to setting up Gmail. Here I'll only go through the Gmail steps as Windows Mail App setup is the exact same.

    Follow this jpeg below, all steps are merged as there's a 5 attachment limit.


    Your account settings are out of date - Mail App Error [​IMG]


    - - - Updated - - -

    I've edited it to show the solution for Gmail also.
     
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