Microsoft products suffer major outage - reports
An outage is affecting Microsoft products, from Outlook to Xbox, around the globe, according to social media and news reports. Those attempting to access Outlook have received an error notice, first reported around 7am ET.
Authentication issues for Microsoft products – including Skype, OneDrive and others – have spiked worldwide, according to social media. Down Detector, a website independent of Microsoft that measures such issues, received more than 3,600 reports regarding Outlook beginning just before 7am ET. Log-in issues account for nearly half of reported Outlook issues, while receiving messages was also a highly-reported problem.
@Microsoft Sort this out bruh pic.twitter.com/pfcFv8K2MB— Za?rois (@BroskiAM) March 7, 2017
@Microsoft what's going on with Hotmail? Can't access to my email :/ @hotmail#UK#London— Aghil Maniavi (@amaniavi) March 7, 2017
"Something went wrong :( The server can't sign you in right now. Please try again later," the Outlook error message reads.
Major worldwide outage on Microsoft's end for all logins of hotmail, live,outlook.. be patient they are working on a fix ASAP— Kevin Knight ? (@knightxxxl) March 7, 2017
On Xbox Live, users have received a message communicating that Microsoft is looking into log-in issues and is "working to resolve" the problem "as quickly as possible."
The Skype status site says Microsoft was aware that there was a problem with the service, but the issue "has been fully resolved" as of about 9:20am ET.
Where's the reporting of @Microsoft#Outlook#hotmail outage? #FNC#NBC#CBS#CNN#msnbc— CDAWGSTL (@Cdawg63026) March 7, 2017
Social media users are reporting gradual restoration of various Microsoft services.
woot @[email protected] is back up— Rob Tyler (@therobtyler) March 7, 2017
Add Commentall comments
A Roman lock and a 17th Century seal discovered by former Rolling Stones...
Two giant pandas have landed safely in Berlin accompanied by Chinese...
On Monday, a star-studded West End concert, Songs and Solidarity, is set...
McDonald's is hoping $1 sodas can help draw more customers into its...
Investors have pinned high hopes on President Donald Trump's tax reform...
French conservative candidate Francois Fillon has called on centrist...