Microsoft is starting the week on a bad note this morning as Microsoft Teams, the company’s communication hub for Office 365 went down earlier today.
Microsoft has acknowledged an issue with its Outlook.com webmail, with many users being unable to log into their outlook.com, live.com or hotmail.com mailboxes.
Microsoft has acknowledged an incident affecting Skype Instant Messaging in all markets since 8:30AM PST, and the team is currently working on a fix.
If Microsoft has yet to acknowledge that an outage on its Microsoft 365 Service Health dashboard, we've seen many Twitter users complaining about not being able to log in to Teams this morning.
Microsoft has acknowledged a multi-factor authentication issue with Azure Active Directory, which prevents Office 365 users to sign in via MFA solutions like Microsoft’s own Authenticator app.
After Microsoft’s Outlook.com was hit by a service outage in Europe yesterday, the company confirmed that the email service is now back up and running.
After investigating service outages for Outlook.com and Exchange this morning, Microsoft said that it has been restoring service but it doesn't have a time of recovery yet.
Some users are intermittently unable to access their OneDrive files, and Microsoft is currently working on a fix.
Microsoft's Skype messaging app has been suffering from connectivity problems since yesterday, but the Skype team is working on a fix.
Earlier this week, Microsoft online services were hit by another global service outage and it seems that the root of the cause could be a bad certificate.
You may have trouble to sign in to several Microsoft online services this morning including Outlook.com, OneDrive, Skype and Xbox Live.
Microsoft has just published an update to the MSDN Blog notifying users of possible issues with Visual Studio Team Services.
According to Microsoft's Xbox Status page, service is currently limited when it comes to buying downloadable items and using content.