Microsoft Office 365 outage has shut down nearly all Microsoft accounts in the United States and Europe.
The outage has affected over 4.4 million Microsoft Office users.
Here are some tips to keep your account up and running in case your account is down.
Microsoft Office login tips to be safe during the outageThe most common method for connecting to a Microsoft account is through the Microsoft Office login page.
If you do not have an account, or have not registered one, you can still access your Microsoft Office account via the login page via this method:Log in to the Microsoft account you wish to use using the Office login form.
Select the My Account tab and click the Verify Account button.
Select the Password tab.
Enter your Microsoft account username and password.
You should receive a confirmation message.
Log in using your Microsoft Account credentials from an Office 365 deployment site to access the Microsoft Online account.
Log in using the Microsoft Outlook login method from your local machine.
Log into your Microsoft Online Account using your Google, Microsoft, or Outlook.com account.
If you are not sure whether your Microsoft Accounts are available, please contact Microsoft.
To prevent your account from being compromised, you may want to review the Microsoft Accounts Security Guide.
If your Microsoft accounts are still available, you will need to sign into the Microsoft accounts site.
You can do this from a local Microsoft account, a web-based account, on a cloud-based service, or from an online portal.
Microsoft recommends that you verify your Microsoft Outlook logins with Microsoft Office, and sign in using either your Microsoft ID or the user account that has been approved for your Microsoft email address.
Microsoft recommends that your Microsoft Mail accounts be verified with Microsoft Mail by using the Outlook login form or Microsoft Exchange login form, which will provide you with a verified email address that can be used to sign in to your Microsoft services.
Microsoft will not provide your email address to third parties that you do nothing for.
To help prevent a potential compromise, Microsoft recommends a few things when using Outlook.
You must not have access to a computer that has not been configured to accept Microsoft Office Online credentials.
You also must not use Outlook to sign up for Microsoft services or use third-party services that are not supported by Microsoft.
You cannot share Microsoft Outlook with someone else without your permission.
You need to use a secure device to access your Outlook account.
Microsoft advises that Microsoft Office and Microsoft Exchange accounts should only be used by a trusted third party that has a valid Microsoft account.
To prevent a compromise, you should only use Microsoft Outlook.
Microsoft is working to fix this issue and is currently working with affected users to provide more support for Office 365 users.