9 votesJeremy commented
The point is that it should be up to the user to decide the retention policy, not Microsoft. If a user wants 30 days, or 60, or 1 year, then they should be able to set that themselves.Jeremy shared this idea ·
42 votesJeremy commented
Recently Microsoft reintroduced the ability to add a personalized email address, using a custom domain name, to customers with Office 365 Home or Office 365 Personal - as explained here:
However, the caveat is that the domain name must be registered with GoDaddy.
Unfortunately this is a hindrance for many customers. Firstly, GoDaddy is quite expensive compared to other domain registrars. Secondly, there are a number of ccTLD domains which GoDaddy do not support. For example, I already own a .nz domain name, but GoDaddy don't support transferring .nz domain names to themselves from other registrars. So I'm unable to have a personalized email address on my Office 365 account as a result. And this is not the only ccTLD that is unsupported by GoDaddy.
Microsoft, in the spirit of fairness, please add the ability for customers to use a custom domain name that is hosted by other registrars too, apart from GoDaddy.
It would also be nice to be able to have more than one custom domain name attached to our Office 365 account, as some customers may own a couple of them.