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Unlock the Benefits of Plus Addressing with Exchange Online

Plus Addressing Now Available in Exchange Online
For many organizations, it can be difficult to keep up with the ever-changing needs of users. Exchange Online has heard these challenges and is now introducing Plus Addressing, a feature that allows users to send and receive messages from two different email addresses within the same mailbox. This feature is available to all Exchange Online customers with an Office 365 subscription.

What is Plus Addressing?
Plus Addressing is a feature that allows a user to send and receive messages from two different email addresses within the same mailbox. For example, if a user has two email addresses: john@example.com and john.smith@example.com, they can use Plus Addressing to send and receive messages from both addresses from the same mailbox. Plus Addressing requires no additional setup and is available to all Exchange Online customers.

How Does Plus Addressing Work?
To use Plus Addressing, a user simply needs to add a “+” sign and a unique identifier to the end of their email address. For example, if a user’s primary email address is john@example.com, they can use john+identifier@example.com to send and receive messages. The messages sent to this address will go to the same mailbox as john@example.com.

When using Plus Addressing, the user can use any combination of letters and numbers to create their unique identifier. For example, if a user wanted to send a message to john+sales@example.com, they could use this address to send messages to john@example.com. This allows users to easily identify the purpose of the message, as well as track the message for analytics or reporting purposes.

Benefits of Plus Addressing
The primary benefit of Plus Addressing is that it allows users to easily manage multiple email addresses from the same mailbox. This eliminates the need to manage multiple mailboxes, as all messages sent to the various email addresses will go to the same mailbox. Plus Addressing also allows users to easily track messages sent to different addresses. By using a unique identifier in the email address, users can track messages sent to different addresses and easily identify the purpose of the message.

Plus Addressing is also a great way to protect users from spam. By using a unique identifier in the email address, users can easily identify and block messages sent to the various email addresses. This makes it easier to manage the mailbox and protect users from unwanted messages.

Conclusion
Plus Addressing is a great way to manage multiple email addresses from the same mailbox. It allows users to easily track messages and protect themselves from spam. Plus Addressing requires no additional setup and is available to all Exchange Online customers.
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Plus Addressing Now Available in Exchange Online

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