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I set up something similar for a customer once. They had a bunch of mail boxes with a cheap mail hoster and that all worked fine but they had around 5 users that needed (or wanted) more integration, calendar sharing etc. So we set up office365 mailboxes for them with their proper domain as well as the dummy .onmicrosoft.com domain. In the main email provider ...


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you cant have two different providers for the same exact domain, but you can have a different subdomain for some emails. you could have the important email at google , for emails@yourdomainname.tld , pointing the MX records of yourdomainname.tld to google MX servers and less important emails on another , cheaper provider for emails@mail.yourdomainname.tld , ...


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I am having several organizations with 100+ users/devices in cloud-only (modern) environment with Microsoft 365 and Azure solutions, without any server or virtual machine (on-prem or cloud). Since your scenario is already using Office 365, then Azure AD exists and in default version is a free tier which is enough. This also supports Azure AD Device joined ...


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