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How to Deactivate Office 365 Installation?

 Posted by admin Support on August 28, 2016

If you are experiencing issues while working on Office 365 email service such as not getting response from outlook, not receiving emails, unable to activate email service and many other issues, then deactivation is the only solution to fix these issues. By deactivating the installation, you have to install new windows and office or you might have to switch to another system to activate this.

Note: Deactivating the service will not remove the service from your computer; you have to uninstall it manually if you want to delete it. You can access the files after deactivation but you can't edit them.

So here, our technicians of Office 365 Support presented the quick and precise method in order to disable the installation process of this email service. Just go through the below mentioned steps to accomplish the task.

  • Open your browser and go to the official website of Office and login to your account by entering your credentials which have used at the time of subscribing the Office 365.
  • After logging into your account, you have to click the Install button on the Install tab to open the install window.
  • Now all the activated and installed Microsoft services will appear on the current page. Then click on the Deactivate install link which you want to disable located next to the name of your computer.
  • After that when you see the confirmation dialog box then again click on the Deactivate button to disable the email service installed on your system.
  • After you fill in the requested details, you will see error "Internet Accounts Couldn't Log into the Exchange Server".

If you still facing any trouble in your email service and for any further assistance, you can talk to our experts via our toll-free Office 365 Support number and they will guide you with a comprehensive solution. You can also connect with the team via live chat or email where the team is available at your service 24*7.

Also Read This Blog: Steps to set up Office 365 email on MAC

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