Anyone with an Office 365 Business Premium plan (other than Psychocandy)? Anyone with an Office 365 Business Premium plan (other than Psychocandy)?
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    Default Anyone with an Office 365 Business Premium plan (other than Psychocandy)?

    I see with the Business Premium plan you can have custom email and outlook etc, do you know if there is a limit to the number of email addresses you can have, is it on a 1:1 ratio with the number of user subscriptions you have? Can you shave shared mailboxes for example?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonMac View Post
    I see with the Business Premium plan you can have custom email and outlook etc, do you know if there is a limit to the number of email addresses you can have, is it on a 1:1 ratio with the number of user subscriptions you have? Can you shave shared mailboxes for example?
    I'm on Business Premium - you can add 'unlimited' (I'm assuming there's a limit!) domains to your account. You can then add aliases to a user account, or create a shared mailbox. Shared boxes don't need licensing AFAIK, but anyone connecting to them will need to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vwdan View Post
    I'm on Business Premium - you can add 'unlimited' (I'm assuming there's a limit!) domains to your account. You can then add aliases to a user account, or create a shared mailbox. Shared boxes don't need licensing AFAIK, but anyone connecting to them will need to be.
    I have a handful of "other" accounts that I wouldn't want as a alias forwarding to a single (my) mailbox

    From what I have read, shared mailboxes under 50GB don't need a licence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vwdan View Post
    I'm on Business Premium - you can add 'unlimited' (I'm assuming there's a limit!) domains to your account. You can then add aliases to a user account, or create a shared mailbox. Shared boxes don't need licensing AFAIK, but anyone connecting to them will need to be.
    Similar here - have a licenses account with multiple aliases. Also can add other custom domains and have aliases from different domains.
    Shared mailboxes, distribution groups, etc...

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    You can have extra email addresses without another exchange licence one of two ways:
    • Shared mail box
    • Alias - replies will be from your main email address

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