I am a long time user of Outlook (desktop). Lately I’ve identified it would be useful to easily access my calendar/contacts/tasks, currently stored locally on my PC, from my (Android) phone.
One option is to use an Exchange mailbox (e.g. MS Office 365 Business Essentials) – this will allow me to continue to use Outlook (desktop), along with various, probably MS, Android apps to access the calendar/contacts/tasks.
However, I currently use a number of email addresses, using domain email redirection, to help manage my email. I can set up one email address to access the mailbox, but can I redirect other addresses to that address/mailbox using domain redirection/forwarding? I can’t currently find anywhere confirming that, and don’t know enough about how domain records affect traffic to be confident about what happens. So what I want to know is:
- Can I use the Exchange mailbox as the default address for forwarding emails to an invalid address for a domain?
- Can I use the Exchange mailbox as the target for forwarding all email for a domain?
- Can I use the Exchange mailbox as the target for forwarding email for a particular address?
Or is there something special about the way Exchange mailboxes work that mean that’s not an option?