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I am trying to sign in to access my email/calendar and also admin settings. However, when I go to the portal.microsoftonline.com site and sign in, rather than loading my usual O365 home page it is going to a blank screen with the following error:
There was a problem processing your request
We apologize for the inconvenience. The problem is temporary, so please try again later.
Error: Unknown application error occurred.
Correlation ID: fee78d9f-5324-4e45-9050-01ed0caf107c
Error code: 0
It was working fine until about an hour ago, and I have tried from multiple browsers/computers with no success now. Is this system-wide, or am I the only one currently affected? If anyone know of a link to check the service status of O365, that would be great :). I thought I had seen once somewhere, but am at a loss now to find it.
Update: This has now resolved itself after being down for only about 15minutes (thank goodness!). That said, it would still be great to know if there really is a URL to check service status. Would be most appreciative if anyone knows of such a tool.
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From the Admin page there is a link called Service Health which provides a dashboard. The URL is portal.microsoftonline.com/.../ServiceStatus.aspx. There's been some intermittant issues for the past few days now including today.
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We've been evaluating this service for existing customers over the last few days and the stability of the platform has been worse than any other product we've ever seen. Is there a near term resolution to all these office 365 availability issues? This is a Beta product? Performance has been so poor it makes me think we are evaluating against test servers.
Is the Office 365 site portal.microsoftonline.com down again?
I feel like it is, I also don't remember seeing a maintenance notice....
The portal is down, and today was our roleout to the entire organization. Not good timing.
That link doesn't work because the portal is down. Which is the issue in the first place.
Its never a good time. It should never come down without notice. Button line!
Nop! Not helpful... Check it first... IS DOWN!
ME 2 !
Microsoft Fix The Problem!!!!!!!!
Think I mistook a decimal point, Microsoft must have meant 9.99% uptime guarantee.
If an in-house Exchange system I managed had as many problems as Office365, I'd be out of a job.
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As far as this article is concerned, the SLA doesn't cover the Admin portal.
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They fixed it, mine's up. . .