Thank you for the responses to the call for beta testers. We will notify those who have been accepted.
We expect this feature to be available to all by the end of August.
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Sean S., is there something published that documents that this feature is coming to O365? We are running into an issue with a web software product we use having mixed support for + in e-mail addresses and I pointed out to them that this is coming to Office 365, and they are saying that it isn't an IEEE standard for e-mail so they don't need to support it. Certainly, the potential in 2020 that everyone using O365 will be able to use dynamic aliases will drastically increase the number of users who might enter their e-mail address with a + so I'd like to share whatever is available from Microsoft on this coming feature.
The functionality to make it possible to change the name of an O365 tenant, especially with Sharepoint Online in mind, is being planned. There is no ETA at this time though.
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