Outlook is now known as Outlook.com because Microsoft changed its name by acquiring it. If you’ve seen suspicious activity in your account, your account may have been hacked. So, to resolve this problem, go to the Microsoft account recovery page and follow the instructions given there to reset your account password. Outlook password recovery helpline is also available for support if you have questions related to your Outlook email account. And to recover your account, follow the instructions provided by Outlook specialists.
Can’t sign in to Outlook.com?
Check this out first
If you’re having trouble signing in to your account, make sure:
- Caps Lock is turned off (letter sensitive password).
- Your email address is spelled correctly
- Your account has not been active for more than 365 days. In order for your outlook email account to remain active, you have to log into your account at least once every 365 days. After 365 days of indolence, your email will be deleted and can’t be recovered.
If you’re still having trouble signing in, you may need:
- Check the service status for Outlook.com
- Reset your password
- Disable auto-login
I forgot my password or did not work
- If you forget or lose your password, you can create a new one.
- Go to reset your password to get started.
- Select an explanation you cannot sign in, then select Next.
- Enter the email address you used when creating your Microsoft account.
- Enter the characters you see on the display and choose next.
If you add security info to your account, choose whether the one-time code will be sent to your interchange phone number or email address.
Enter the code you received on the next screen, and create a new password.
For more details about your Outlook account if you encounter any errors in your account, please contact an available 24×7 technician. Here you will get a solution for all your problems and additional info as well. Immediately contact Outlook Customer Service at the recover hacked Outlook check box.