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How do I remove checking my outlook.mail from Firefox?

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I have set up y Firefox to check for any e-mail that I have in an Outlook mail account. Microsoft has started blocking this so that I am constant getting error messages on Firefox.

How can I remove this link so that Firefox no longer checks my Outlook account?

I have set up y Firefox to check for any e-mail that I have in an Outlook mail account. Microsoft has started blocking this so that I am constant getting error messages on Firefox. How can I remove this link so that Firefox no longer checks my Outlook account?

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As Firefox does not have an email client built in, how are you checking your Outlook account? An add-on?

I see a Lync plugin, but I'm not sure if that's for mail or not - internet search suggests it's an instant messenger thing. Check that it's up to date at https://www.mozilla.org/en-GB/plugincheck/ just in case, and try disabling it if it's up to date to see if that plugin is causing the errors.

You can configure your Plugins, Extensions and Themes in about:addons (type it in like a normal web address) under their respective tabs.

As Firefox does not have an email client built in, how are you checking your Outlook account? An add-on? I see a Lync plugin, but I'm not sure if that's for mail or not - internet search suggests it's an instant messenger thing. Check that it's up to date at https://www.mozilla.org/en-GB/plugincheck/ just in case, and try disabling it if it's up to date to see if that plugin is causing the errors. You can configure your Plugins, Extensions and Themes in '''about:addons''' (type it in like a normal web address) under their respective tabs.