Keyword: Sign out, remove account, delete account, Office 365 account, from Microsoft Outlook
1 Open Microsoft Outlook
2 Click on “File”
3 Click on “Office Account”
4 Click on “Sign out”
Now you are logged out from Outlook proberly.
Note: By only delete Outlook profile from Outlook settings, it does not remove your Office 365 account login details from Outlook, by following this guide, your Office 365 login details will be removed, you can still add your account again, instead of type your email address and automatically sign you in, after this guide, you need to manually sign in again.
Keywords: Outlook, Office 365, Outlook Freeze, Outlook not responding, Microsoft Outlook
If you have connected Office 365 account in Outlook desktop, you probably will have Outlook freeze issue from time to time. Here is a quick fix might work, if it keeps saying connecting exchange server.
Enable Outlook Cached Exchange Mode
1 Make sure you have enough disk space for downloading all emails from exchange server. (Means your hard drive’s free space should be bigger than your used mailbox size)
1.2 To find out your free local disk space, you need to open file explorer. (In this example, 164 GB free)
1.3 To find out your mailbox usage, you need to open Outlook, click on File from menu bar
2 Have a look on “Mailbox Settings” section, you will see how much space used. (3 GB used in this example)
3 If you have enough disk space, continue. Click on “Account Settings” icon, then click on “Account Settings” from drop down menu
4 Select Click on “Change…” button
5 Check “Use Cached Exchange Mode to download email to an Outlook data file”, Drag the handle to right hand side to make sure all emails will be downloaded, click “Next” button to save settings.
6 Leave Outlook open for awhile (Actual time depends on how big is your mailbox and how fast is your internet connection), so it can download all emails. When finished, you should not have freeze issue anymore.
Note: If you are still experiencing Outlook freeze issue, it can be other factors like plugins etc.
(Note, you can also try to change mirror, but if it’s the anti virus software or firewall and deep packet inspection (DPI) blocking the traffic then only https will work, after all, it depends on the environment)
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