PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Microsoft is having a case of the Mondays. People around the U.S. noticed early Monday that Microsoft’s Outlook email system was down for an extended period.

“We’re having issues, but we’re working on it,” Microsoft’s service portal states, indicating that Outlook is experiencing issues with a red “x” next to its software status.

The first reports of outages started popping up on downdetector.com around 7 a.m. (PT) and spiked about 75 minutes later.

The company’s Twitter account for Microsoft 365 service issues stated Monday morning that the company was working to fix the problem.

“We’re investigating an issue with accessing Outlook on the web,” the Microsoft Twitter reads.

A spokesperson with Microsoft responded to KOIN 6 stating that the problem has since been fixed.

“We have resolved an issue preventing users from accessing some of our services,” the Microsoft spokesperson said.

As of 11 a.m., downdetector.com listed significantly fewer issues with Outlook.