Office 365 Outage Map
Office 365 is an online productivity suite that is developed by Microsoft. Office 365 contains online and offline versions of Microsoft Office, Skype and Onedrive, as well as online versions of Sharepoint, Exchange and Project.
Office 365 Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Bogotá, Distrito Capital de Bogotá||10|
|Mexico City, CDMX||10|
|Medellín, Departamento de Antioquia||9|
|Guayaquil, Provincia del Guayas||7|
|Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid||6|
|Los Angeles, CA||5|
|Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg Region||3|
|San José, Provincia de San José||3|
|Buenos Aires, CF||3|
|Bello, Departamento de Antioquia||3|
|Panamá, Provincia de Panamá||3|
|Belfast, Northern Ireland||2|
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Office 365 Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@OhioOOD @OhioDAS @OhioMedicaid Software support for Microsoft Office 365 is terrible.
I just got off a 4-hour zoom call wherein I took control of my parents' computer remotely to reinstall Microsoft Office 365. After battling firewall issues and error codes, it is finished. I will now receive your condolences.
Oh, also NO LOVE to Microsoft for disabling auto-save to locations other than OneDrive! I swear I’m going to have to check again if LibreOffice has got the change tracking bugs down sufficiently that I can use it safely for paying work. In which case Office365 is dead to me.
I need IT advice 🥺. Can one have two versions of Office 365 running on one laptop? I have my own version but also downloaded the one from the organisation I work for which has a secure platform. I seem to run into problems signing in after an update yesterday.
@bdAllison Exchange 2010 is end-of-life as of Oct. 13, 2020. We ditched our Exchange server and moved to Office 365 a couple of years ago. Best move ever. All that being said ... I'm not technical enough to help you. 😳
@/PV there’s no reason people should have to change their passwords 3+ times due to the terrible & faulty system that is Office 365. & it’s STILL problematic that this switch was made without any consideration for students.
@PVAMU there’s no reason people should have to change their passwords 3+ times due to the terrible & faulty system that is Office 365. & it’s STILL problematic that this switch was made without any consideration for students.
@12Knocksinna @Office365 Not this particular feature. It is more of a problem in common.
@Office365 FOR ***** SAKE. Why is 365 always slow or glitching like crazy. Stop adding pointless features a small percentage use, and maybe focus on fixing the existing product and infrastructure. Serious piece of **** the last 6 months.
@jaymelbe @surface @Office365 What do you mean by "everyone"? The company I work for uses Microsoft Windows Server, Windows 10, Office 2019 Professional Plus, Exchange Server 2016, SharePoint Server 2016, SQL Server, etc. None of these require 365 AFAIK. Pretty sure we aren't the only company not using 365.
@12Knocksinna @Office365 The problem is the app-universe behind it. To Do, Planner and Projects for the Web are in competition. If planner has too much pro features project licence sales goes down. It is a bit of a tricky situation for Microsoft to find the right balance.
Hello @QUBLibrary & @healthcarelib - are you able to log in to Outlook or Teams/Office 365 this morning? I keep getting a timeout/bad gateway error message! Thanks
@DarkCisum Yeah, regularly I get some visual studio updates and tech support emails stuck in Office 365 spam filter. And yes, the entire Microsoft login system is a piece of crap. Between Visual Studio login, Office 365, Sway, Sharepoint, some stuff work, some stuff refuses to work.
@bencmorrison Outlook is truly awful on macOS. At my last job one of the first things I did was set up Apple Mail as my mail client to the Exchange (and later Office365) server.
Cleaning my photos collection. These email content alerts were something I implemented for a previous employer. We didn't have anything for Office365 and it was the really bad days where EOP was utterly terrible, I had to write all the regex and Exchange transport rules myself.…