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You can lessen this disruption by clearly communicating with your domain users about the move.
If you move your domain to another email service provider, you must give your domain users reasonable advance notice.
This means that you must tell your domain users at least 30 days before the move takes place.
Also, if you move your domain to another email service provider, you must tell Microsoft at least 30 days in advance. We encourage you to use the Windows Live Admin Center module (the "Module") on your site.
It has been prepared specifically for you to use on your web site to promote your custom domain to your web site visitors.
By displaying the Module for your custom email offering, you help assure users of its value and prepare them for the change in experience from your site to the Microsoft sign-up page, after they click on the Module to sign up for an account through your custom domain.Microsoft grants you a non-exclusive, non-transferable, personal license to use the Module solely on the web page used to promote your custom domain to your web site visitors to indicate that the service is provided by Windows Live Admin Center.Finally, we recommend that you respect each of your domain user's email address by never sending your domain users unsolicited bulk or commercial email, giving their email address to anyone that sends unsolicited bulk or commercial email or posting their e-mail address without their permission.We hope you like the Admin Center service, and never think about moving.We understand, however, that you could move your domain to another provider.Moving your email service provider could be disruptive to users of your domain.