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Exchange Server - March 10th 2016, 06:48 PM

When trying to open MS Exchange Server the following message appears: : “Your Microsoft Exchange Server is unavailable.” Any recommendations?
   
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Re: Exchange Server - March 11th 2016, 03:52 PM

Hmmm, a few things pop into my head.

Did you pay for a Microsoft email account for a year or a period of time? It may have expired and you need to pay it for it to be active.

If your student and use a College/University email you can contact your schools tech support and submit a ticket to them.

If it's a MSN email or Microsoft email you have made with Outlook you may need to go on there FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) and see if you can find anything to troubleshoot it. It might be a sever issue on their end. You can always give them a call as well to explain your email isn't working as its suppose to.

Is your emails linked with other emails into one email? There might be an error happening on that emails end (Yahoo, Gmail, etc.) where the exchange server is unavailable message you are receiving. Which you would need to go to those accounts and look into the Options/Settings and look at the Forwarding emails section and see if there is any errors or you can unlink them then relink them. You might have encountered security changes that require you to do accept and/or change settings you have already have.

Did you link your emails to a desktop app on your laptop? You may need to go through the settings as well (what I explained in the above paragraph) sometimes it happens that it's not synced correctly. It's usually a easy fix.

I hope this is helpful. Let us know if the problem gets fix or not. I might be able to help more.
   
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