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Cloud Office groups are linked E-mail & Cloud Office accounts. Within a Cloud Office group, you can create and manage multiple e-mail addresses. You determine the name of the Cloud Office group.

At least one domain must be assigned to each Cloud Office group. You can also assign several domain names to a Cloud Office group. E-mail addresses containing the same domain (the part after the @ symbol in the e-mail addresses) can then be created within the group .

Users of e-mail addresses within the same Cloud Office group can jointly manage and share calendars, address books and data on Hostpoint Drive. All e-mail addresses in a group are listed in the public address book and are visible to every e-mail account at any time. Cloud Office groups therefore enable simpler and more productive team collaboration.

Examples

  • The “Example AG” company creates a group called “Example AG” with the domain example-company.ch. The desired e-mail addresses are then created for all employees. All employees are listed with their e-mail addresses in the public address book and can, for example, work together on documents on Hostpoint Drive and save them in shared folders.
  • The Example family creates a group called “Example Family” with the domain example-family.ch. The desired e-mail addresses are then created for all family members. All family members are listed with their e-mail addresses in the public address book and can now, for example, create a common calendar and use it together.

To learn how to manage Cloud Office groups, see the article “How do I use Cloud Office groups?”.

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