I would like to allow a catch-all email address on my domain. This would allow me to have a separate email address for every website I signup to so I can easily blacklist them if they sell my details on or start spamming me. For example my godaddy login email would be:
and so on
I don't want to have to manually setup each and every email address individual, I just want an ALLOW ALL policy that then allows me to blacklist specific addresses if they being to spam me.
Can this be done or do I need to go elsewhere for my email requirements? I know this can be done technically as an ISP used to offer this exact functionality.
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I would also like to know how to setup a catch-all email address. I already understand how to setup an alias--that's not what I'm looking for.
Hi @jbg1980 ,
Thanks for checking in with The Community. As this is a Microsoft Product, please refer to:
I hope that helps,
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That post is 3 years old and does not apply to Office 365 on the Web.
You have anything relevant that might help?
This is ridiculous.
You can refer to the following link for instructions on how to setup catch-all email address in Office 365.
Please take note that this only applies to a cloud-only setup and does not work with hybrid setup.
Any update on this? Not looking for a distribution group. Not looking for an alias.
I am looking for a way to catch EVERY SINGLE EMAIL that is sent to my domain. Every single one of them. Basically, the way it was setup in cPanel email in 2 seconds. Thanks.
The Microsoft link provided, previously, is actually the answer. While Microsoft Office365 doesn't provide this functionality as part of the default administration, the workaround is straightforward.