Quantcast

Quiz: How well do YOU know your fast food?

Tricky fast food quiz challenges fans to guess the name of recognisable burgers, pizzas and subs - so, can you get all 13 correct? Tricky...
More

    Hundreds of non-recyclable fiberglass wind turbine blades are pictured piling up in landfill

    Not so green energy: Hundreds of non-recyclable fiberglass wind turbine blades are pictured piling up in landfillsIndestructible wind turbine blades can't easily be crushed, recycled...

    Katie Price’s daughter Princess, 13, dutifully pushes her mum’s wheelchair to the hair salon

    Katie Price's daughter Princess, 13, dutifully pushes her mum's wheelchair to the hair salon before snapping selfies during pamper session By Ciara Farmer For Mailonline...

    Ex Tiger Air flight attendant Melissa Nosti from North Ryde who had sex with boy is released on bail

    Ex-Tiger Air flight attendant who had sex with a 15-year-old boy at a school she was working at is released after just one week...

    Borat’s Bulgarian honey-trap girl: Glamorous BLM-supporting 24-year-old plucked from obscurity 

    Borat's Bulgarian honey-trap girl: Sacha Baron Cohen character's '15-year-old daughter' in Rudy Giuliani sting is revealed to be glamorous BLM-supporting 24-year-old actress plucked from...

    Microsoft Outlook goes DOWN across UK and parts of Western Europe

    Microsoft Outlook goes DOWN across UK and parts of Western Europe: Outage leaves thousands of users unable to access emails

    Microsoft is working to resolve an issue which has taken its Outlook email service offline, leaving users unable to access their communications.

    Those attempting to log-in to their email accounts have been met with a ‘service unavailable’ error message.

    The technology giant’s Outlook.com platform began reporting issues on Thursday morning and Microsoft has confirmed it is investigating the cause.

    A message on the company’s service status website said the fault has left users unable to access emails, and it is ‘collecting additional data from the affected infrastructure to aid in our investigation to determine the cause of impact’.

    According to web service monitoring platform DownDetector, users across Europe, as well as parts of Africa and India, have reported problems with Outlook

    The technology giant's Outlook.com platform began reporting issues on Thursday morning and Microsoft has confirmed it is investigating the cause

    The technology giant’s Outlook.com platform began reporting issues on Thursday morning and Microsoft has confirmed it is investigating the cause

    In a further response to users on Twitter, Microsoft apologised and said its engineering team is ‘aware and is actively investigating’ the problem.

    The popular email platform supports Outlook, Hotmail and Windows Live email accounts and is estimated to have more than 400 million users, although the number of those affected by the outage has not been confirmed.

    Many users have taken to social media to express frustration at the incident, which has left people unable to access their work emails at a time when large numbers are working from home and rely on emails to communicate with colleagues.

    According to web service monitoring platform DownDetector, users across Europe, as well as parts of Africa and India, have reported problems with Outlook.

    It said issues with Outlook were first reported at around 7am on Thursday morning and since then more than 3,000 reports from users struggling to access the platform have been made to DownDetector.

    More to follow… 

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    Latest Posts

    Rhodes to HELL: ‘Fights break out’ as ‘thousands’ of tourists are crushed together at Greek airport

    Rhodes to HELL: 'Fights break out' as 'thousands' of tourists are crushed together at Greek airport after 'FIVE flights are announced for departure at...

    Rhodes to HELL: ‘Fights break out’ as ‘thousands’ of tourists are crushed together at Greek airport

    Rhodes to HELL: 'Fights break out' as 'thousands' of tourists are crushed together at Greek airport after 'FIVE flights are announced for departure at...

    Northumberland suicide: Loved ones say last goodbyes to ‘cheeky’ 12-year-old schoolgirl

    'She's no longer hurting or afraid': Devastated family say final farewell to girl, 12, who killed herself after being hounded with abuse on school...

    Olivia Attwood would be HAPPY if her fiancé Bradley Dack was forced to cancel his stag do

    Olivia Attwood tells her friends she would be HAPPY if her fiancé Bradley Dack was forced to cancel his stag do in a teaser...