Support for Dynamic '+' Email Aliases in Office 365
I am familiar with using a plus sign following my email alias to create dynamic unique addresses for a Gmail account. e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org will arrive at my Gmail mailbox, where I can then apply rules based on the 'To:' address. See this page for details: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/22370
I tested this on my Office 365 address and it works, but only for email addresses in my parent domain. Using the aliases on subdomain addresses results in a 'recipient not found' NDR.
Does anyone out there have more information on this feature or if it even is one for 365 / Exchange?
also waiting for this to be added. +1000000000
Lucas Wood commented
Me and all my email aliases vote for this.
Josh Davidson commented
As a developer we made heavy use of this feature in GSuite before moving over to O365. It allowed us to create disposable accounts for testing purposes. We're kind of stuck now with creating a bunch of manual of aliases.
This is the SINGLE remaining reason for us not to be able to migrate to O365.
Amy updates on this? I kind of need this feature before I move over to office365.
This is really good feature & kind of self service. It doesn't need any action from Office 365 admins. Users should be able to add any alias with their email id and mail should be received at their primary SMTP address.
Looking forward for positive response.
This is a genius idea, Gmail & other already use this.
Please Microsoft, we need this too! Too much leaks of our e-mail addresses from our suppliers, we could trace them that way...
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These are called disposable email alias or addresses.
I'd definitely be able to make use of this. Can you please add this as an admin feature turned on?