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  1. Support for Dynamic '+' Email Aliases in Office 365

    Hello,

    I am familiar with using a plus sign following my email alias to create dynamic unique addresses for a Gmail account. e.g. test.email+signedup@gmail.com 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?

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    165 comments  ·  Exchange Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We announced at Ignite that we are actively working on bringing dynamic plus aliases to Office 365.
    To get around existing usage, the plan is for an opt-in setting. Our ETA is to have this available for all customers by the third quarter of 2020.
    I will keep you updated in Uservoice on our progress.

  2. Free SMTP send only account

    Office 365 allows to send emails from i.e. a scanner by using a paid accounts credentials. It is possible to assign an alias to that paid account and then use this alias as the sender name during the SMTP send request. However, the receiver gets an email seemingly originating from the accounts main SMTP address.
    For scan-to-email, this is inconvenient. It means that I either have to set aside a paid account just for scan-to-mail, or that the receiver of the scan-to-mail message always will see the wrong sender name.

    I would like to suggest that Office 365 would provide…

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    1 comment  ·  Exchange Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    You are able to send emails from a scanner using SMTP AUTH client submission via smtp.office365.com from the alias of an account.

    Work is being done to stop resolving the alias to the primary display name.

  3. Need more information including feature details and requirements for Sender Rewriting Scheme (SRS)

    I would like you to provide us more detailed information for Sender Rewriting Scheme (SRS) since we are not sure how it works, requirements, scenarios in which this feature to work or fail, and what we can do, when it’s doesn’t work as expected.

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