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    Office 365 Accepted Domains

    Hi all.

    Does anyone know if you can create a closed email system in Office 365?

    In live@edu you could add a list of accepted domains. This would mean students were only able to receive mail from allowed domains (i.e. the schools domain). Anyone know if this is possible with 365?

    Thanks

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    Yes, using transport rules in Exchange Online.

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    Yes I've done this for pupil accounts, whereas staff accounts can do both using the same domain. Office 365 is useful for things like that

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