Some Microsoft services, including Outlook, Office 365, and Microsoft Teams, are currently experiencing interruptions according to the Microsoft Office status page. “Users may not have access to additional Microsoft 365 services,” reads a message on the page.
The company first acknowledged problems at. 17.44 ET via Microsoft 365 Status Twitter account and said it had reversed a change that is believed to be the cause of the issue at. 18:36 ET. But just 13 minutes later, the company tweeted again, saying it “did not observe an increase in successful connections after rolling back a recent change.”
We do not observe an increase in successful connections after rolling back a recent change. We are working to evaluate further mitigating solutions while investigating the root cause. Visit https://t.co/AEUj8uAGXl for more information on this issue.
– Microsoft 365 status (@ MSFT365Status) September 28, 2020
Microsoft said it “redirects traffic to alternative infrastructure to improve the user experience as we continue to investigate the issue,” in a 19:48 ET tweet.
Microsoft’s Azure Active Directory service is experiencing issues with the Azure status page.
“We are working to resolve a service outage that affects a subset of customers performing authentication operations,” a Microsoft spokesman said in a statement. “Visit the Azure Status page for updates.”
Update September 28, 20:13 ET: Added another tweet and statement from Microsoft.