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Microsoft has been working on adding new features from its Outlook.com Premium to Office 365 subscribers. The company said that the Outlook.com Premium services for the email program will not be accepting any new paid users currently since the company has discontinued the service albeit temporarily.

However, this service is only closed for new subscribers but existing subscribers can renew their subscriptions and enjoy the benefits. But users with same or custom domains will only be able to renew it automatically each year. Microsoft has currently not yet provided any option if users plan to transfer their domain to another provider.

Microsoft is currently working on option to make user enable the subscriptions for existing users who transfer their domain to other providers. The company currently offers five personalized email address with a new custom domain up to five users via GoDaddy for $10 per year but the service will be free for the first year opted.

Microsoft also provides the service if the users already owns a custom domain and does not charge for such service. Users will be able to easily share calendar, contacts and documents which will be powered by Outlook.com.

Users will be getting an Ad-Free inbox service when accessing to the email address via Outlook.com on the Web. Microsoft is currently rolling out these services this month and should be made available to all existing Home and Personal subscribers.

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