Apr 26 2020 03:47 PM
Apr 26 2020 03:47 PM
Apr 26 2020 10:50 PM
May 16 2020 12:40 AM
This seems to be a real bug. Because I kept getting this message with all my standard email addresses, I created a new one specially for a free Teams account. It has never been used for anything else anywhere. I still get that "please go away" message.
Nobody can possibly have "set up Teams for this organisation...". And I am the only person who could possibly be classed as the "admin" (2 iMacs).
So what does one do next?
May 16 2020 01:31 AM
I've just noticed you said "a new outlook.com account". Is that compulsory? Can I not use some other account than outlook.com?
I have never used outlook.com because as a mail client Outlook itself is so awful.
May 20 2020 03:35 AMSolution
May 20 2020 03:42 AM
@Christopher Hoard Hey Chris, I can't believe how many posts I've seen about the issue "someone has already..". Microsoft really should create and/or update a support page for this particular message. You know someone to reach out to?
May 20 2020 03:45 AM
May 20 2020 04:04 AM
@Christopher Hoard I am trying with Laurie Pottmeyer as she just recently posted the below conversation about 'Teams support'. See this link and perhaps add a comment as well? Thanks!
May 21 2020 01:50 PM
@Christopher Hoard Look what I found :)
“Someone has already setup Teams for your organization" error in Microsoft Teams
Oct 22 2020 03:18 AM
Oct 22 2020 03:38 AM
@LiaMcLoughlan Hi, are you using Teams free? If so there's no official support to contact I'm afraid. Would you mind describing your particular issue to see if I (we) can assist anyway? And also let us know what troubleshooting steps you have performed, thanks!
Oct 22 2020 04:04 AM
@ChristianBergstrom Thank you :)
I have a personal email account that I use for microsoft and have successfully login to Teams via the mobile app without issue. However, I get the error when attempting to login on my macbook - both online and with the application.
I have attempted all the solutions in the self-help to no avail... I have Authenticator on my phone so have noticed that I have a Microsoft and Azure AD account under the same email that I am trying to login with... The Azure AD account may be due to adding the account to Outlook as the email is Yahoo based, so I don't know how to delete it.
Oct 22 2020 11:50 PM
@LiaMcLoughlan Hi, sorry but that didn't make it more clear I'm afraid ;)
As it works using your phone you should be able to solve this. Are you using Teams free? You've tried "all the solutions", what does it mean? Incognito / InPrivate? Reset of Teams app? Removal of cache?
The linked accounts you mentioned needs to be unlinked as that's an issue. Try signing in at all available places, Yahoo, Microsoft personal account, Azure AD and look for any associations to remove.
If you just cannot get this to work even though you've tried all workarounds perhaps you need to create another Teams free account, if that's what you're using obviously.
Dec 14 2020 08:15 AM
I am constantly running into this issue. I have made a teams account to use when a vendor of mine wants to meet. They use teams for their meetings and send out invitations. When I try to join the meetings using the link provided, I either 1) am able to join with no issue or 2) repeatedly get the "someone else has already set up a teams for your organization page." When teams gets in this mode, it doesn't matter if I use the browser to join the meeting or the desktop application.
Dec 29 2020 04:55 AM
I have this issue when I am trying to sign up my personal email to team.
email@example.com hasn't been added to your organisation's directory. Contact your admin or try a different email.
Is there a way around this scenario?
Jan 09 2021 08:53 AM
Feb 02 2021 07:10 AM
This problem is driving me crackers and I'm just going round & round in circles. The Microsoft automated help-bot is useless and everything I try just brings me back to ground zero.
aren't there actual human assistants that have access to the Microsoft account information and pinpoint why the error is occurring?
I, & my domain / email address definitely don't fall into any of the categories that don't qualify for a free Teams account so I can't understand where the problem lies. I can access & use Teams from another domain that I administer without problem.
Any help greatly received.
Feb 03 2021 07:53 AM - edited Feb 03 2021 08:15 AM
@Alan_Jones Hey, some of the most common scenarios Someone has already set up Teams for your organization error in Microsoft Teams - Microsoft Teams | ...
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