How to Turn Your Outlook Offline into Online with Your Mail Server

If you are looking for some technical resolutions to make your Outlook work online regardless of working offline with the mail server, then you have certainly browsed a right page. Here I would like to share my own experience as it was a frequent issue with my Outlook email program. Though using Outlook in offline mode doesn’t create so many issues in your emailing process, but the email messages may not be saved on the mail server. There is a huge possibility of missing some of your important data files if they are not saved on the mail server.

Since I had some important messages and I couldn’t afford to lose them in any conditions, so I rushed to the independent helpdesk (as many of the Outlook users had suggested for on the community page) and selected a reliable technician for a real-time and prompt Microsoft Outlook technical support from certified experts from Microsoft team.

I can say it was really a prompt and quick service as I could manage to turn my Outlook offline into online to connect it to the mail server. For more details, the official support page can provide you more information. Visit and know about the technical problems.

First of all, it is necessary to know when your Outlook goes offline - if there is any symptoms or sign that can say your Outlook email program is working offline or it is not connected to the mail server. Yes! There are visual indications that you can see in the status bar. You may see two messages in the status bar: Working Offline or Disconnected. And you may possibly be stopped from either sending or receiving messages unless you reconnect your Outlook email to the mail server.

First of all, you should check if your Outlook is working from the website. To do so, log into your Outlook email from the web and make sure there is no issue in sending and receiving messages. If it is not working, then you must dial your technician at his toll free Outlook help phone number and ask for a real-time resolution.

There can be so many reasons why your email program is not connected to the mail server such as internet issue, mail server issue, or you computer system may require some updates.

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