If you’re having trouble sending or receiving emails in Microsoft Outlook, it may be due to the fact that the application is working offline. In this situation, you can follow a few simple steps to change Outlook working offline to online mode.
The first thing you need to do is make sure that you have a stable internet connection. Without a connection to the internet, Outlook won’t be able to synchronize with your email server, and you won’t be able to send or receive new messages.
Once you’ve established a reliable internet connection, open Outlook and navigate to the “Send/Receive” tab in the top menu. You should see a button labeled “Work Offline”. If the button is highlighted, it means that Outlook is currently working in offline mode.
To change Outlook to online mode, simply click on the “Work Offline” button to toggle it off. Once you’ve done this, Outlook will attempt to reconnect to the internet and sync with your email server.
If you’re still having trouble after attempting these steps, you may want to check your email account settings or contact your IT support team for further assistance.