Microsoft 365 Services, Including Outlook and Teams, Are Down

The purple Microsoft Teams logo seen on a smartphone against a purple background.

That moment when everyone flocks to Twitter to check if Microsoft is down.
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It’s not just about you. Microsoft 365 services, including popular apps like Outlook and Teams, are not available in countries around the world. Microsoft is aware of the issue and has provided fixes to address it.

According to reports from down detectorUsers began experiencing issues with Microsoft apps around 2am ET on Wednesday morning, marking the start of the workday in many European countries. Microsoft determined that the issue was related to a Wide Area Networking (WAN) routing change and implemented a fix at 4:31 AM ET.

“We have rolled back a network change that we believe is having an impact. We are monitoring the service as the rollback takes effect,” the company said Twitterthe virtual meeting place that users flock to when something goes down. laterit added that it “connected the service to additional infrastructure to speed up the recovery process.”

In a service status update, Microsoft listed the following services as affected: Teams, Exchange, Outlook, Sharepoint, OneDrive, Microsoft Graph, Power BI, Microsoft 365 admin portal, Microsoft Intune, and Microsoft Defender for cloud apps, identity, and endpoint.

After Reuters, the network outage affected Microsoft’s cloud computing platform Azure, which in turn paralyzed a large number of the company’s work apps. The outlet reported that Azure services in the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa were affected.

At 7:00 a.m. ET, Microsoft reported that the majority of users could now access its services, adding that the service’s recovery process was still being monitored. As of 7:30 a.m. ET, Microsoft’s status page showed no incidents and indicated that both Microsoft 365 services and Azure were available. Microsoft 365 Services, Including Outlook and Teams, Are Down

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