Microsoft Probes Teams, Outlook Outage As Thousands Of Users Report Disruption
Microsoft Corp. (MSFT.O) announced on Wednesday that it was looking into a networking problem that affected a number of services, including Teams and Outlook, and that thousands of users worldwide were experiencing outages. Microsoft withheld information about how many customers were impacted by the outage, but statistics from the website that tracks outages, Downdetector, revealed more than 3,900 instances in India and more than 900 in Japan.
Australia, Britain, and the United Arab Emirates all saw an increase in outage reports.
By compiling status updates from many sources, including user-submitted problems on its platform, the Downdetector website keeps track of outages. Microsoft stated in a tweet that it has “discovered a potential networking issue and is evaluating telemetry to determine the next troubleshooting steps.”
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Microsoft stated in a tweet that it has “discovered a potential networking issue and is evaluating telemetry to determine the next troubleshooting steps.” Most users were unable to send and receive messages, participate in calls, or utilize any Teams program functions during the outage. The hashtag #MicrosoftTeams was trending on Twitter as a result of the large number of individuals who used the social media platform to share updates about the service outage. With more than 280 million users worldwide, Microsoft Teams is an essential part of corporate and educational operations. Teams users utilize the service to make calls, arrange meetings, and manage their workflow. Microsoft Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Business were among the other services impacted, according to the company’s status page.
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