Our company currently has a domain
Going forward, they want to use a new domain
new.example as primary domain.
- This means that we will host the new website on
new.exampleand next, set a redirect from old.com to
new.example. No problem here.
- Going forward, we will make new e-mail addresses like
- My question is about dealing with the e-mails accounts already linked to old.com.
We would like to make the old e-mail addressess available via
email@example.com. However, when somebody still mails to
firstname.lastname@example.org, the mail should still be received on
Mailboxes will be hosted on Office 365. I will add both the old and new domain to Office 365.
How can we achieve this? Should we re-create all e-mail addresses with the domain
new.example & then create a forward rule from
email@example.com. There has to be a smarter way to do this? Some kind of alias method which can be used?