In December 26th of 2012 we lost free registrations with Google Apps, today, the 11th of April in 2014 we lose yet another service: Outlook.com for domains. For new customers Microsoft has the following message:
Earlier today I had the misfortune of finding a contact form a potential client in the spam folder of my mailbox. Here’s what I did to make sure it never happens again:
The Outlook.com team has released an automation tool that will help automate a transfer from Gmail to Outlook.com. This is great news as businesses can more easily switch from email@example.com, as is a typical trend, to firstname.lastname@example.org through the free Outlook.com for domains program.
Experiencing double emails in your sent folder of your outlook.com email address? I had the same issue when sending mail from Thunderbird via outlook.com SMTP on a custom domain (via domains.live.com). Luckily – the solution is very simple.