How many email addresses can a single user have with office 365 E1 plan

I am thinking of moving a office of 4 users to Office 365 E1 plan.

The current server is SBS 2003 which is now to be replaced.

The clients will soon have new computers  running Windows 7 with Office 2013.

I want to move them from in house to Office 365.

Although there are only 4 users there are a lot more email addresses.

eg:
 sales@companyname.co.uk
 info@companyname.co.uk
 vacanccies@comapnyname.co.uk
etc

how does Office 365 E1 handle this ?

Can a user have more than one email address - if so - what is the maximum number ?

Also can one email go to several receipients in Office 365 ?
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zoltan9992000Asked:
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
I have some mailboxes with over 500 aliases, so don't worry about that limit.

Also, no problem sending to multiple recipients, unless you try to send some spam of course. Here are the limits: http://technet.microsoft.com/library/exchange-online-limits.aspx#RecipientLimits
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zoltan9992000Author Commented:
Thanks Vasil

That answered my question
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