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  Reply # 1442960 8-Dec-2015 17:10
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Just have to see when my email change and what happens with the three connections I use on a daily basis (Outlook 2013, Outlook (via Android) and Outlook.com)
If I have to change my domain over to Office365, then so be it as I have had a good couple of years of it being free.



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  Reply # 1443116 8-Dec-2015 20:45
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nzkiwiman: Just have to see when my email change and what happens with the three connections I use on a daily basis (Outlook 2013, Outlook (via Android) and Outlook.com)
If I have to change my domain over to Office365, then so be it as I have had a good couple of years of it being free.

Based on my experience (and thanks to UncleArthur) so far and what I have tested on my accounts that have been moved:

 

  • Outlook 2013 and 2016 will work using the alias trick mentioned earlier
  • Outlook on Android will just work. No alias required
  • Outlook.com (I'm assuming you mean via a web browser) will also just work, but the top left will read Outlook preview and you will see updated functionality

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1443345 9-Dec-2015 09:36
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Thanks Allan, you're welcome.
Just to add to your list

Works on IOS with the outlook client, no alias required
Works on IOS with native mail client - however alias required for username.



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  Reply # 1444510 9-Dec-2015 14:34
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Just set up an outlook.co.nz alias for "just in case"

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