If one of your customers has multiple enterprises, then a different OkiOki account must be created for each enterprise of that customer. Today you can only create one account per email address. This means that today you need a unique email address for each OkiOki account, and you cannot use one email address for multiple OkiOki accounts.
So basically, the customer should have a separate email address for each enterprise. If the customer does not have separate email addresses, but uses a Gmail, iCloud or Outlook address for the correspondence of their enterprises, there is a possible solution for this.
Gmail and Outlook offer task-specific email addresses, which you can create by adding a plus sign. In this way, all your messages still end up in the same mailbox, but you have different email addresses that you can use for other purposes.
For example, if my email address is email@example.com. 🤠
Then I can also use it
- firstname.lastname@example.org (where you replace company1 with eg the name of the company)
Both email addresses refer to email@example.com but OkiOki sees them as 2 different users.