You’re not the only one who experienced issues with Microsoft Outlook.
After a Microsoft Outlook outage Monday into Tuesday, the company said on Twitter at 8:45 a.m. Tuesday that the issue had been resolved after an extended period of monitoring.
Microsoft Outlook went down Monday evening, preventing users primarily in North America from accessing, sending or searching email within the system, according to the software giant’s status website.
The company said shortly before 9:30 p.m. PST it had confirmed that a “recent change” was contributing to the outage and that it was working to restart portions of the affected infrastructure in order to restore service.
The company said early Tuesday it had addressed the issue and was starting to see a “gradual recovery.”
Outlook appears to have crashed after 7:30 p.m. Monday, according to Downdetector.
The outage came two weeks after a larger suite of Microsoft communications applications — including Microsoft 365, Teams and Sharepoint, as well as Outlook — went down for several hours. The company later reported that the outage was caused by a failed update to a router.
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