After converting your regular mailbox to a shared mailbox in Microsoft 365, you retain all your existing calendars and email. The only difference is that it will be visible to several people. You can convert your shared mailbox back to private in the future. It promotes teamwork and convenience.
Some of the most important things to know when converting from user mailbox to shared mailbox include:
You can convert regular mailbox to shared mailbox by following these steps:
If you wish to convert the mailbox of a deleted user, follow these steps to complete the process:
You can convert your shared mailbox back to a regular mailbox by following these steps:
You must assign a license for the mailbox after conversion. You must also reset the password. The conversion can take a lot of time. When it is done, you will receive a completion message. Click ‘Close.’
After signing into Microsoft 365 again, you will find all the data from your shared mailbox.
In conclusion, Microsoft 365 is great for both regular and shared mailboxes. They all have unique features and benefits. A shared mailbox is an inbox type that allows you and other members of your team to send and receive emails from a similar address. It is a great option for companies that wish to promote teamwork. Since all members can respond to emails in the address, sharing work is easy.
If you wish to switch from user to shared mailbox, you can complete the process in a few simple steps. During the migration process, your data remains secure and integrated.
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