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Windows 7: Best email solution for outsourcers

26 Jun 2016   #1
Jon12345

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Best email solution for outsourcers

Imagine you have a Virtual Assistant working from home. They are contacting people via email with regard to various tasks you have. You need access to all their emails too. When they leave your employ, you want to have someone else take over that email. You don't want to allow a rogue employee to lock you out of the email account and therefore lose everything.

I have considered going the Office 365 route to achieve this nirvana, but I am a bit unclear on a few issues.

Lets say you have 3 email accounts: mybusinessemail@site1.com;mypersonalemail@site2.com; myVAbusinessemail@site1.com.

Questions:

1. Is it possible to have mybusinessemail@site1.com and mypersonalemail@site2.com going into the same Inbox in the web based Outlook 365? Or do they go into separate Inboxes?

2. Is it possible to have myVAbusinessemail@site1.com as a separate inbox I see when I log into my email, and the Virtual Assistant will only see an Inbox for that email address? The idea is that they can reply to email during their timezone while I can reply to the emails during my timezone. But I don't want to log into another email account, rather just see it when I log into my email. And I don't want the VA to see any of my other email accounts. Hope that made sense!

3. Can you do template replies when using the cloud based Outlook 365? Many email replies we do are standard text, so this would be nice. Or do I need a plugin or something?

Thanks,

Jon


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