What does DL mean in mailbox?
In e-mail applications, a distribution list is a group of mail recipients that is addressed as a single recipient. Distribution lists are used to send e-mail to groups of people without having to enter each recipient’s individual address.
Last you’ll need to get your people in the mailbox. Refer to the team members that are on the old distribution list and add them as members of the shared mailbox. To do this, you’ll click Add and then select the team members you want to add with Full Access or Send As permissions.
A shared mailbox is just that, a mailbox that can be shared with one or more users. Shared mailboxes do not require a license and have all of the features of a normal mailbox; they have an inbox, a calendar, a contact list etc. Shared mailboxes appear as separate mailboxes in Outlook and Outlook on the web.
To access a shared mailbox, a user must have an Exchange Online license, but the shared mailbox doesn’t require a separate license.
A shared mailbox is a mailbox that multiple users can use to read and send e-mail messages. Shared mailboxes can also be used to provide a common calendar, allowing multiple users to schedule and view calendar tasks.
What does the DL stand for?
According to Urban Dictionary, the abbreviation DL stands for down low. This is a shorthand term used in text messaging when something is to be kept a secret. The meaning of the DL is to keep a secret – if someone told you something and told you to keep it on the DL, this means not to tell anyone.
You can add shared mailbox as a member of distribution list, however, as you said, the members would get same emails in both their Inbox and shared mailbox’s Inbox.
Re: Convert O365 Group to Shared MB
On your Microsoft Outlook desktop, copy the messages from the distribution group inbox to a local folder on your computer (. msg files). Then open your shared emailbox on your Microsoft Outlook desktop and drag messages into the Inbox. Ready, migration done.
It is recommended that you re-add the shared mailbox into the DG as a member of it. No matter which situation, the email sent to the shared mailbox should be kept into the Inbox of the shared mailbox by default.
They CAN receive internal email. All other users can receive external email. What should I can check ? This thread is locked.
To change a Shared Mailbox to a User Mailbox:
- In Office 365 Admin center, click Show All and then click Exchange.
- In Exchange Admin Center, go to recipients > shared.
- Select the Shared Mailbox that you want to convert to User Mailbox.
- Click Convert under Convert to Regular Mailbox.
Full Access: The Full Access permission lets a user open the shared mailbox and act as the owner of that mailbox. After accessing the shared mailbox, a user can create calendar items; read, view, delete, and change email messages; create tasks and calendar contacts.
After converting the user mailbox to a shared mailbox, you can remove the license from the user’s account. Without a license, shared mailboxes are limited to 50 GB.
You can’t remove the license from the Shared mailbox page because licenses are user settings. Select the shared mailbox. One the Licenses and Apps tab, expand Licenses and uncheck the box for the license you want to remove. Select Save changes.
Send mail from the shared mailbox
Click From in the message, and change to the shared email address. If you don’t see your shared email address, choose Other email address and then type in the shared email address. Choose OK. Finish typing your message and then choose Send.