If you’re getting the error message “The time limit for logging on was reached” in Outlook, it’s usually because the Microsoft Exchange Server is set to require a strong password. To fix the problem, you’ll need to change the password policy on the server.
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Fix: The Time Limit for Logging on was Reached in Outlook
If you’re seeing the “The time limit for logging on was reached” error in Outlook, it means that your account has been locked due to too many failed login attempts. This usually happens when you enter your password incorrectly multiple times in a row.
The good news is that this is usually a temporary error that can be fixed by simply trying to log in again later. In the meantime, you can use another email account to send and receive messages.
The solution is to increase the time limit for logging on in Outlook. To do this, go to the “File” tab and click “Options”. Then, click “Advanced” and scroll down to the “Outlook start and exit” section. Here, you will see the “Time to wait before logging on” option. Increase this number to a higher value and click “OK”. This will fix the problem.
If you are getting the error message “The time limit for logging on was reached” in Outlook, it means that your Outlook profile has become corrupted and you need to create a new one.
Here are the steps to fix this issue:
1. Close Outlook and go to the Control Panel.
2. Select Mail.
3. Click on Show Profiles.
4. Select the corrupted Outlook profile and click Remove.
5. Restart Outlook and create a new profile.
If you are getting the error “The time limit for logging on was reached” in Outlook, it is likely because your account is set to expire soon. To fix this, you will need to change your account settings to allow for a longer expiration date.