Microsoft said on Monday that it will roll out a fix worldwide to restore its services after the update caused access problems for thousands of users, including users on the workplace messaging app Teams.
The company’s monitoring shows that most services have been fully restored. However, the subset of services the company is addressing is still suffering some residual impact and recovery delays. Updates can be obtained through status.office.com or MO244568.
Our monitoring shows that most services have been fully restored. However, the subset of services we are addressing will still experience some residual impact and recovery delays. It can be updated via https://t.co/AEUj8uAGXl or under MO244568.
— Microsoft 365 Status (@ MSFT365Status) March 16, 2021
Downdetector.com, an outage tracking website, shows that more than 26,000 people have reported problems with Teams, while more than 3,000 users have posted information about Office 365 problems.
The company said that these issues may affect users worldwide, as well as other services, such as the Exchange Online email hosting platform.
Downdetector shows that more than 2,300 people also reported problems with the Microsoft Azure cloud computing service.
Downdetector only tracks downtime by collating status reports from a range of sources, including errors submitted by users on its platform. The outage may affect more users.
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