Microsoft Office 365 outage again, Microsoft Outlook down

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In a short span of 10 days, the users experienced Microsoft Office 365 outage for the third time. The downtime has affected Microsoft Outlook, Teams, and other vital productivity apps.

Microsoft Office 365 Outage, down again

Starting at around 2:15 PM Eastern time, Microsoft’s Office 365 services and Outlook began to go down for the users. Within minutes, users across the United States were not able to utilize their crucial and important services.

Microsoft 365 Status account on Twitter Posted,

We‘re investigating an issue affecting access to Microsoft 365 services. Users may see impact to Microsoft Teams, Outlook, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, and Outlook.com.

Microsoft 365 Status

At downdetector.com, an outage map displayed the office 365 outage that affected the users in various parts of the US which includes the Northeast, parts of the Midwest and much of California.

The event happens after a five-hour outage on Sept. 28 and a four-hour outage on Oct. 1–and appears as innumerable companies work with distributed and remote workforces that depend on Office 365 tools like Outlook and Teams.

In an update, late Wednesday afternoon to the Microsoft 365 Service health status page, Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft condemned that a recent update to network infrastructure for today’s outage.

On further investigation, Microsoft confirmed that a recent update to the infrastructure caused the office 365 outage.

With Microsoft office 365 going down, users are not delighted. People are discussing the issue on the internet.

On Sept 28 a similar outage happened where Microsoft blamed a software code issue.

A code issue caused a portion of our infrastructure to encounter lags in processing authentication requests, which restricted users from being able to access various M365 services, Microsoft stated in update Sept 28 issue.

A few days back Microsoft said that Iranian hackers are exploiting Zerologon Vulnerability.

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