Windows 10: Office Outlook Security Certificate Out of Date.

  1.    19 Jun 2018 #1

    Office Outlook Security Certificate Out of Date.


    I keep getting the attached Security Certificate warning on my computer when I open Office Outlook. I have updated the certificate but it hasn't made any difference. How do I get rid of this Security Certificate problem please? Please note I am not using Office 365. I have Office 2016 on my computer. When the certificate warning appears I usually get a request to sign into my email at Microsoft Outlook.com. Any thoughts please?

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  2.    25 Jun 2018 #2

    Seems an issue on Microsofts side. You could try to set up the account again.
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