Step 2: Test by disabling the IPv4 Checksum Offload feature Note This step may resolve the issue only temporarily. Work with the network device manufacturer and Microsoft Windows support to find a permanent solution. Here's how to disable the IPv4 Checksum Offload feature: In Windows Control Panel, open the View network connections item.
As a result, users may be unable to access their mailbox via multiple protocols. Next update by: Friday, November 16, 2018, at 7:00 AM UTC More details go to https://portal.office.com/servicestatus 7 people found this reply helpful · Was this reply helpful? Yes No
Enter the email address, phone number, or Skype name you use to sign in then select Next. We'll ask where you'd like to get your verification code and select Next. Type the requested information and select Send code. Type the security code into Verify your identity , then select Next. Enter and confirm your new password.
If you can't sign in to your Outlook.com, Hotmail, Live, or MSN email account, or you're not sure how to sign in or sign out, here are some solutions. Sign in to Hotmail or Outlook.com To sign in to Outlook.com or Hotmail, you'll need your Microsoft Account username and password.
There are many possible reasons why you can't access your account. For us to determine what happen, please follow the troubleshooting steps below: Check the Service status of your account: 1. Sign in to Service status website by clicking this link. 2. If you find any error, please inform us and provide us the complete error message.
Unblock your account Enter the email address of the blocked account, then enter the characters you see on your screen and select Next. Enter the code generated by your authenticator app or select Use a different verification option to get a text message. Notes: You don't need a smartphone to receive a security code.
Our team has corrected the issue and you should be able to login to your Outlook.com account now. You can check the service status of Outlook.com and other online services by clicking this link. If you're still experiencing the issue, we recommend that you try to clear the cache and browsing history of the browser you're currently using.
Sign in to vote Hi, In the drop-down list, you should have an option called "I don't have these any more". Just click it to state you no longer have that account. info with another account to finish the verification: https://account.live.com/proofs/marklost