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I can't sign in with my Office 365 account

"We've received a bad request".

It is likely that a message appears indicating that **we received a "bad request"**, so that you can't sign in to Solid with an Office 365 account. It is quite possible that Office 365 doesn't allow third-party applications. At the bottom right of your screen, do you see a message that stating "this operation can only be performed by administrator..."? If that's the case, you should **contact your network administrator**, so that s/he can allow connections from third-party applications. This should solve the issue. If the problem continues, [contact us](hello@getsolid.io) and we will get back to you. [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/yQQJWRw3SmqJXncibDYA_o365%20bad%20request.png", "o365 bad request.png", "955", "469", "#09adec", "" ] } ] } [/block]