It is possible that your incoming emails are triggered by Junk mail filters. Following the steps below should help you resolve the issue. I have a POP3 account configured on my main computer and on my laptop.
This morning the independent website registered a peak of 149 Outlook users experiencing issues with the service.
And a number of users have taken to social media site Twitter to report issues with the service still today.
If you see any messages that should have been delivered to the Inbox folder, click the box on the left of each message to put a check mark and then click the "Not Junk" button. In your Inbox, click the cog icon beside your Profile name.2.
Check to see if the wanted emails are in this folder.4. In the Blocked senders list, select the name or domain (the part of an e-mail address that follows the @ sign, such as hotmail.com) that you now want to receive mail from, and then click "". In your Inbox, click the cog icon beside your Profile name.2.
The latest update from the Redmonad-based tech giant said: "We've verified that new mails are being sent and received as expected, and the previous queue has returned to normal.
"A very small number of messages sent during the incident may be delivered over the next few hours as the last remaining messages are processed."Despite the positive service update, Down Detector has still registered reports from a number of Outlook users experiencing issues today.To do this; Now that everything is configured correctly, you can move your items from the pst-file to the Outlook Connector mailbox.Since the Outlook Connector is a 2-way sync protocol, the changes are uploaded to the on-line mailbox.Describing the current status of Outlook, Microsoft added: “We've identified that a subset of infrastructure was unable to process requests as expected, which caused general service availability to drop unexpectedly.“We've redirected requests to alternate infrastructure to restore service, and we're monitoring the environment while connectivity recovers.A Microsoft spokesperson said: “Intermittent connectivity is affecting customers in some European countries, which we are working to resolve as soon as possible.”UPDATE FOUR: Outlook is still down right now with the e-mail service not working for more than a thousand users.