What you need to know about Microsoft Office 2017 outage
Posted On May 24, 2021
Microsoft has confirmed that its Office 365 outage affecting users of Office 2017 has been resolved.
The company has also released an update that fixes the issue and recommends all users upgrade to Office 2017.
Microsoft’s Office 365 service has been down for at least six days now, affecting around one in every 10 users worldwide.
It has been affecting users across the globe.
The outage has caused an extensive cloud outage across Microsoft’s cloud offering, Microsoft said in a statement.
Users who have been affected are offered the following advice: “To avoid any interruption to your Office 365 services, please review our upgrade guide.
Please note that we cannot provide support for Office 365, or help with other Office 365 products.”
Microsoft has also provided a fix for users who are unable to access their Office 365 accounts due to the outage.
Users are asked to manually re-register for their Microsoft Account by going to My Account and clicking the “Log in with My Account” link.