Plus Addressing in Exchange Online: The Easiest Way to Manage Email Addresses
Exchange Online is a cloud-based email service provided by Microsoft. It allows users to manage their emails, contacts, and calendars from anywhere with an internet connection. Plus addressing is a feature that has recently been added to Exchange Online, and it offers a great way to manage multiple email addresses in one account.
What is Plus Addressing?
Plus addressing is a feature in Exchange Online that allows users to create unique email addresses for their account. These are known as “plus addresses”. For example, if your email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, you can create a plus address such as email@example.com. Any emails sent to this address will be delivered to your regular inbox.
Plus addressing is useful for managing emails from different sources. For example, if you have a newsletter subscription, you can create a plus address specifically for that newsletter. That way, any emails from the newsletter will be kept separate from your regular emails. This makes it easier to organize and manage your emails.
How to Set Up Plus Addressing in Exchange Online
Setting up plus addressing in Exchange Online is a simple process. First, log in to your Exchange Online account and open the Admin Center. Under the “Users” tab, select the user account you want to set up plus addressing for.
Next, select “Plus Addressing” from the left-hand menu. Here, you can enter the plus address you want to create. Once you’ve entered the address, click “Save” to save your changes.
You can also configure additional settings for your plus address. For example, you can choose to forward emails sent to your plus address to another email address, or delete them after a certain amount of time.
Once you’ve set up your plus address, you can start using it right away. All emails sent to your plus address will be delivered to your regular inbox.
Plus addressing is a great way to manage multiple email addresses in one account. It’s easy to set up in Exchange Online, and it’s a useful tool for managing emails from different sources. With plus addressing, you can create unique email addresses for newsletters, promotional emails, and more.
Plus Addressing Now Available in Exchange Online