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    Office365 Domains

    With O365 is it possible for me to create a main user, for example joe.bloggs@mydomain.com , but then have them automatically get an email joe.bloggs@mydomain.co.uk or do I have to manually go in and give them all aliases?

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    You can add an alias domain, confirm the ownership, then run a few PowerShell commands to add the domain to all users.

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    Oh, great! Thanks.

    Any decent websites out there with these commands?

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