Updated December 19, 2019: The access issues have been fixed and all services seem to be running smoothly.
What you need to know
- Several Microsoft services have access issues at the moment.
- Skype, Outlook.com, and OneDrive are all affected.
- Microsoft is "rerouting the impacted traffic to mitigate impact."
Outlook.com, Skype, and OneDrive all have issues at the moment that may prevent people from accessing their content or logging into their account. The Microsoft 365 Status Twitter account shared more information on the issue earlier today.
We're investigating an issue in which some users may be unable to access their https://t.co/ZUfyjsZv4k, https://t.co/dK4dtmrPhL or https://t.co/GE0RkePwEO mailboxes. Additional details can be found at https://t.co/nEuSQaJn6B.We're investigating an issue in which some users may be unable to access their https://t.co/ZUfyjsZv4k, https://t.co/dK4dtmrPhL or https://t.co/GE0RkePwEO mailboxes. Additional details can be found at https://t.co/nEuSQaJn6B.— Microsoft 365 Status (@MSFT365Status) December 19, 2019December 19, 2019
Microsoft shares more details on the Office status page (opens in new tab). Each service that has the issue states the same status,
The Office status page should be updated when the issue is resolved and periodically throughout the process of fixing the issue.
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Looks like it's back up https://portal.office.com/servicestatus
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