Microsoft Email and Microsoft Office 365 is Back Now!

Microsoft Email and Office 365 are back on track for the clients who were left without email on sixth April 2018. This worldwide blackout influenced every one of the clients in the Asia-Pacific and Europe.

The email account holders attempting to get to and send the messages were instructed with a message that “Organization is quickly unavailable. Considerately retry later”.

This issue basically impacted Microsoft Email and Office 365 customers in The United Kingdom. Louis Clarke posted a message on Down Detector protesting “UK based-no messages prepared or to send for 14 hours now”.

Another enormous impact of this mix-up was on the Office 365 customers in the United States. After the hit, BJP posted (close by determining the territories of different states) on Down Detector “Office 365 customers in my Org are reporting no external messages drawing nearer and unfit to login to Skype”.

The blunder made the clients unfit to get to the email showcasing messages by means of Office 365 in numerous nations. Microsoft, the enormous tech monster has additionally affirmed the email and other administrations’ worldwide blackout by tweeting:

“Hello there, today we are exploring reports of our advantaged clients confronting issues with marking in to their Microsoft Account or Office 365.

Our Network Operation Center Engineers are right now attempting to settle this out. More points of interest will be given in the blink of an eye.”

One client posted on Down Detector, “It is very fascinating that in the event that you endeavor to sign in to Office 365 through Microsoft confirmation, it won’t work out. In any case, you can login bother uninhibitedly by having SSO empowered”.

Like the email and Office 365, Microsoft’s Azure Active Directory were additionally difficult to reach for the Office 365 clients around the world. This index has additionally been put away at this point!

The worldwide blackout that has influenced a huge number of Office 365 clients has given this amusing remark from The Register. The planning of this occurrence caused by the organization is sad.

In the wake of giving the determination, the organization reported that it is giving propelled assurance capacities to Office 365 Home and Office 365 Personal clients. These security highlights will incorporate”

Recuperation of your vital records after they have assaulted by infections, for example, Ransomware

Propelled devices to keep your information secure.

Endpoint assurance from a wide range of online dangers.

For more details, visit : https://www.office.com/

Solution: Microsoft Office Word Has Not Been Installed For the Current User Error

Because of such a significant number of Microsoft refreshes that delivered numerous clients to demonstrate a blunder cautioning with the message “Microsoft Office Word has not been introduced for the present client. If it’s not too much trouble run setup to introduce the application.” when the client snaps to run it. Press OK to close the blunder window. In MS Word, as well as get a similar mistake message on the off chance that they endeavor to run any of alternate MS office applications, for example, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher, OneNote, Groove, Access, Outlook and so on. Furthermore, the saddest thing about this is uninstalling MS Office setup and re-introducing wouldn’t support to understand this issue.

Let’s discuss some of the solutions of the same issue:

  • Before doing anything, you have to use the official MS Office Diagnostics tool to verify if it has discovered any other observed difficulties.
  • One of the resolutions is to allow EVERYONE complete control of the Opa11.dat file. Sadly, this resolution would only support to repair the difficulty when the non-administrative user authorization on the device does not have permission to change particular files that are managed by the MS Office Setup program application.

Another reason behind these issues is that you are intentionally or unknowingly using a pirated edition of MS Office application and have newly installed the newest updates. Some users are capable to fix this problem by using system restore to get back to an older restore data, but here’s a simplistic idea to resolve this dilemma.

MSO.DLL file may cause this error and you can find this file at

C > Program Files > Common Files > Microsoft Shared > Office10/11/12 depends upon your MS Office suite version

Microsoft has updated such file and it was shared in one of the resolutions to supply you this error warning when it noticed a pirated version of MS Office that is installed on your system. And when you try to repair or un-installation, the MS Office Setup won’t affect the MSO.DLL file at all. Because of this, after repairing or uninstalling, you’ll yet see the same error as the updated MSO.DLL is yet there in the folder.

  • The easiest resolution is to find for the file MSO.DLL on your device and copy the earlier MSO.DLL file replacing the current one in Program Files. If you can’t get the different backed up MSO.DLL file on your device, it is may b there in the uncompressed form on the MS Office 2003 version CD but not in the MS Office XP or 2007 CD’s as they’re stuffed inside a CAB file available at CD > Files > Pfiles > Common > MSShared > Office11.
  • Or you can easily remove all the recently installed MSO.DLL files from Program Files and then do a repair or reinstallation of MS Office suite. This will replace the older copy of MSO.DLL from the installation CD for you.
  • If you are still trying to search an original MSO.DLL file from your device or your MS Office suite CD, then the simplest task to do is download the zip files as per your version which holds the exact original copy of the MSO.DLL file to replace onto your device. Just unzip the downloaded MSO.DLL file and replace it with the exact folder of the MS Office suite.

As we all know pirating software is evil, Microsoft has begun to give pirates a lesson by supplying such difficulties so solve calmly and use original version only. If you want support then contact Microsoft from http://www.office.com/