Outlook Account Sign In gives you free access to your account and enables you bring all your email, calendar events and files together so you can manage all your Outlook experiences in one convenient spot.
Outlook Account Sign In
Sometimes you may have difficulties signing into your Outlook Account because of some issues. Before you try signing in check this things first
You are to ensure your caps lock is turned off (passwords are case sensitive)
Outlook users email address must be correctly spelt.
If your account hasn’t been inactive for more than 365 days. Note: To keep your Outlook.com account active, you must sign in to the account at least once every 365 days. After 365 days of inactivity, your email will be deleted and cannot be recovered.
If you are still having problems with your account sign in;
Check the service status for Outlook.com
Reset your password. In case you have recently changed your password, try entering your old password again. If your old password still works, then you must lock your device and unlock it using your new password.
Check The Service Status
If you’re having issues with Outlook.com, check the service status. If the status is not green, wait until the service is running normally and retry.
I Forgot My Password or It’s Not Working
If this is the case, you can create a new one
Go to ”Reset your password” to get started.
Select the reason you can’t sign in, and choose Next
Key in the email address you used when you created your Microsoft account.
Provide the characters you see on the screen and choose Next.
If a security details was added to your account, you are to select whether a one-time code will be sent to your alternate phone number or email address.
Key in the code you received on the next screen, and create a new password.
My Account Is Blocked
Your account might be temporarily blocked if an unusual sign-in activity is noticed. To unblock your account, check Unblock my Outlook.com account.
Microsoft strives to protect you by always keeping an eye out for unusual sign-in activity, to forestall someone else getting into your account. If you are travelling to a new place or using a new device you may be asked to confirm that it’s really you.
Outlook Account Sign In (Steps)
Scroll to Microsoft account and choose “Sign In”
Keyin the email, phone number, or Skype sign-in that you use for other services (Outlook, Office, etc.), thereafter choose. If you don’t have a Microsoft account, you can optfor “No account”? You can create one. You are advised to use an email that you already have and use regularly.
Enter your Password and choose the “Keep me signed in” box if you want to go straight into your account the next time. (This is not recommended for shared computers)
Next, choose “Sign In”.
Stay signed in and updated on what’s important to you.