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  Reply # 2129767 19-Nov-2018 19:16
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I really wish they would give Home the ability to use custom domains. I do find it frustrating having to pretend I'm a business and sign up as a business customer on a business plan just to be able use a custom domain name.





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  Reply # 2129783 19-Nov-2018 19:32
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I really wish they would give Home the ability to use custom domains. I do find it frustrating having to pretend I'm a business and sign up as a business customer on a business plan just to be able use a custom domain name.



You can use custom domain on outlook.com but it’s a massive PITA.




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  Reply # 2129784 19-Nov-2018 19:33
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Dynamic:
Lias:

 

I really wish they would give Home the ability to use custom domains. I do find it frustrating having to pretend I'm a business and sign up as a business customer on a business plan just to be able use a custom domain name.

 



You can use custom domain on outlook.com but it’s a massive PITA.

 

I thought they stopped that years ago?





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  Reply # 2129838 19-Nov-2018 21:58
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Lias:

 

Dynamic:
Lias:

 

I really wish they would give Home the ability to use custom domains. I do find it frustrating having to pretend I'm a business and sign up as a business customer on a business plan just to be able use a custom domain name.

 



You can use custom domain on outlook.com but it’s a massive PITA.

 

I thought they stopped that years ago?

 

 

looks like you need to have the domain with godaddy (MS info link)

 

 


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  Reply # 2130042 20-Nov-2018 10:04
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Looks like Microsoft have reduced the number of permitted users to zero:
https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/11/19/azure_down/

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  Reply # 2130516 20-Nov-2018 18:12
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irongarment: Looks like Microsoft have reduced the number of permitted users to zero:
https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/11/19/azure_down/

 

Totally the first time a major cloud service has ever had downtime... like that time gmail went down.. or AWS went down.. or Facebook and Instagram went down.

 

We get it, you don't like Microsoft, but cmon.





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