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    You can use your own personal email with a personal domain to connect to any type of Office 365 subscription, including Office 365 Home. Office 365 Home relies on a Microsoft account for authentication. A Microsoft account can be created with any personal domain email, it is not required to be Outlook.com/Hotmail.com, etc. Once the Microsoft account is created using your personal email, you can use it to activate and sign into your Office 365 Home subscription.
    If you don’t have a Microsoft account, go to the Microsoft account sign-up page and click on Create account. In the User name box enter your personal domain email address you wish to use. Fill out the rest of the form and click Create account.
    Now you can set up your Office 365 Home subscription with your Microsoft account. This will be the Microsoft account associated with your Office download. If you have…

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I was waiting for Outlook.com premium feastures to be added to Office 365 Home to subscribe ony for the custom domain / personnalised email address feature. I don't care about the no ads feature on Outlook.com... that is in no way a usefull improvement, unlike custom domains.

    Guess I should just have subscribed to Outlook.com premium after all, as they scrapped that feature when they merged with Office 365 Home.

    Bring back the possibility to use custom domains and allow it for Office 365 Home. I understand that the domain registration can require an additionnal fee if the user doesn't provide their own domain, but I think that anyone interested in that wouldn't mind.

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