In this episode of Outlook.com Login, we will be taking a deeper look on various ways to sign into your Outlook email account. Your Outlook email account may contains a good number of confidential mails, Sensitive business information, personal data, etc. It is therefore important that you do not take your Outlook.com email account Sign In process as something casually.
I have earlier on made mention that Outlook is one powerful email service that is very good for business and enterprise individuals proudly brought to you by Microsoft Company. Beginning in 2013, the Outlook email service has seen a rapid growth in the online Email industry amongst its competitors like Yahoomail.com, Gmail and others.
I will be taking it that before getting here, that you already own an Outlook email account and probably having some issues signing in to your account, if you don’t have an account, please read the step by step guide on how to create an Outlook email account here. Before we go into all that, please make sure that you have taken care of the following things in considering.
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- You entered you correct username
- You have entered your correct Outlook.com sign in password
- You entered the password taken care of its case sensitive issues
- You have a good internet connection
Having taken the above points into consideration, Lets proceed to www.outlook.com Sign in or Outlook.com Login.
www.Outlook.com Sign In | Outlook Secure Login
- Kindly visit the Outlook.com sign in page or enter www.outlook.com in your browsers address bar.
- From the login Page, Kindly enter your Outlook.com username and account password.
- Click on the 2 Sign In” button
Outlook.com Login Security Check List
- You may check or select the “Keep me signed in” box or “Remember me” or “Remember my password” box if you’re using your PC.
- If you’re signing in with a public computer like the ones in cyber cafe, then you have to get a onetime single code to sign In with. All you need to do is sign up your mobile phone with the Outlook so as to have access to this service.
- If it interests you, you can sign in using enhanced security which you’ll be asked if you want to use the secure https login.
- You may have to use HTTPS logins, if you are using unsecured wireless connections. Kindly choose the options you want and your Sign In URL will now appear as https.
SOURCE: The Windows Club