Fix Outlook App Error 403
The Outlook app error 403 indicates a sign-in problem. If you wish to fix the error code 403 on your Outlook app, follow the below-mentioned troubleshooting steps.
Solution 1: Enabling the two-step verification from the Gmail
- Step 1: On your mobile, open the default browser app and go to the Gmail Sign-In page.
- Step 2: Log in to your Gmail account with the help of the email address and password.
- Step 3: Go to the Security window and toggle on the 2-Step Verification button or tap the Turn On button near the 2-Step Verification option.
- Step 4: Tap the Send Code button and type the verification code sent from Gmail.
- Step 5: After entering the verification code, tap the Done button.
- Step 6: Enable the Trust this device checkbox.
- Step 7: Tap the Confirm button to enable the 2-Step Verification.
- Step 8: Now, open the Outlook app and check if you can access your account without any error.
Solution 2: Removing and re-adding the configured account on your Outlook app
- Step 1:First, delete the email account from the Outlook app.
- Step 2:If you aren’t able to delete the account from the
Outlook app, uninstall Outlook and install it again from the Google Play Store app.
- Step 3:To add your account, launch the Outlook app and tap the Settings icon.
- Step 4:Select Add Account and then tap Add an email account.
- Step 5:Select Get Started and type your email address in the required field.
- Step 6:Tap Continue and enter the correct password.
- Step 7:Tap the Sign in button and select Yes if you are prompted with the ‘Let this app access your info?’ message.
- Step 8:This appears if you have enabled 2-Step Verification on your Gmail account.
- Step 9:If you are asked to add another account, tap the Maybe Later button to access your account.
- Step 10:This will resolve the Outlook app error 403.