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Troubleshooting verification code issues - Microsoft Support
Troubleshooting verification code issues. There are a number of possible explanations for why verification codes don't always arrive. Read through the list of the most common causes, and see if any of them apply to you, or use our troubleshooter to help guide you.
Applies To: Microsoft account dashboard
Microsoft account security info & verification codes
If you want to add an email address which you will use for sending or receiving email, read how to change the email address or phone number for your Microsoft account. To increase security on your account, you can request a verification code every time you sign in.
Applies To: Microsoft account dashboard
How to verify your Outlook.com account - Microsoft Support
Sign in to verify your Outlook.com account. When you click the verification link, you're asked to type a series of random characters as shown in a picture. You can listen to an audio file that states the characters if you prefer.
Applies To: Outlook.com
Unblock my Outlook.com account - Microsoft Support
To unblock your account, you'll need to reset your password. Enter the email address of the blocked account, then enter the characters you see on your screen and select Next. Enter the code generated by your authenticator app or select Use a different verification option to get a text message.
Applies To: Outlook.com
Microsoft Authenticator FAQs - Microsoft Support
App Lock helps keep your one-time verification codes, app information, and app settings more secure. When App Lock is enabled, you’ll be asked to authenticate using your device PIN or biometric every time you open Authenticator.
Common problems with two-step verification for a work or school account ...
You are getting “You've hit our limit on verification calls” or “You’ve hit our limit on text verification codes” error messages during sign-in. Microsoft may limit repeated authentication attempts that are perform by the same user in a short period of time.
How to verify your Outlook.com account - Microsoft Support
How to verify your Outlook.com account. Outlook.com. If you're prompted to verify your account when you try to send an email message from Outlook.com, it is because we are trying to protect your account.
Applies To: Outlook.com
Troubleshoot problems with Microsoft Authenticator
You can resolve problems with Microsoft Authenticator by checking the tips in this article and reviewing some of the known errors. Tips: If you're using mobile data, try switching to Wi-Fi and vice-versa. Make sure Airplane mode is off.
Change your two-step verification method and settings
Follow the on-screen instructions, including using your mobile device to scan the QR code, and then select Next. You'll be asked to approve a notification through the Microsoft Authenticator app, to verify your information.
How to verify your Outlook.com account - Microsoft Support
If you're prompted to verify your account when you try to send an email message from Outlook.com, it is because we are trying to protect your account. Outlook.com will occasionally prompt you to verify your account, just to make sure you're still you and your account hasn't been compromised by spammers.
Applies To: Outlook.com