Today the day started with issues with Microsoft’s email platform, Outlook. And contrary to what is usual, this is a global failure, happening all over the world, and affecting its service, both on mobile devices and on the desktop application.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem, which has prevented millions of users from accessing their email, both on their smartphones and on their PCs.
We have collected additional data from relevant infrastructures to determine the impact on our Exchange online protocols. Additionally, we have identified this issue as affecting users around the world. You can find more details in your administration center under EX223208.
– Microsoft 365 Status (@ MSFT365Status) October 1, 2020
Microsoft Outlook is experiencing some instability
Although almost 7 hours have passed since the alarm signal went off, the truth is that there are still millions of users who are having difficulty accessing their services. In the meantime, Microsoft says it is examining recent changes to its services to determine the cause of the disruption. They also report that users with Exchange Online protocols may also begin to experience issues with the service.
The truth is, many users also report issues when attempting to use Microsoft Teams, although the company has not acknowledged any issues with this service.
This outage in Outlook services comes days after another major Microsoft outage that haunted Outlook, Office 365, Teams, OneDrive, and other services, which were offline for around five hours around the world.
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