Plus Addressing Emails in MS Exchange

Plus Addressing Emails in MS Exchange

Note: You much be a Firm Admin to activate Plus Addressing Emails.  

You have been able to do this in Gmail and now you can do this in MS Exchange 365.

  • Use the plus sign + to create disposable recipient emails.
  • In the comments below, let us know how you use plus addressing.
  • Go to your Admin App in MS 365
  • On left panel - under Admin Centers
  • Click on Exchange
  • Click on Settings (at bottom)
  • Click on Mail Flow
  • Check the box "Turn on plus-addressing for your organization."
  • Click Save

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