Add a Domain to Office 365
Are looking to dip your toe into the Office 365 Hybrid world? Do you have a shiny new Office 365 tenant and not sure what to do next with with it? Do you have a dusty old Internet domain laying around looking for some love? Are you tired of reading dumb questions yet?
In this video I’ll walk you through taking your new Office 365 and adding your own domain to it. I’ll take you from start to finish from logging in to your Office 365 tenant, to tweaking the DNS for your domain to make Microsoft happy. This is your first step to getting your Office 365 Tenant set up. And it’s just fun!
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Can we change our Default aur primary Id domain name . After add domain
Sir how to domain id create in office365
What if the domain is being hosted by another service for email/website. Does this interfere with those services when you add the domain to office 365?
Too much chatter!
Nice, easy to follow video. Plain and simple.
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Dude just STRAIGHT TO THE POINT!
Hi, Todd, thanks for the video.
We have users in our office 365 profile but not mail yet.
If we move our mail to office 365, is it a matter of:
1. Adding & verifying the domain
2. Creating aliases for the users (with our new domain, instead of onmicrosoft)
3. Setting the new alais as the primary address
4. Updating the users with their new login details (with the new email address instead of onmicrosoft)
5. Setting up Outlook with the new account
6. Changing MX records on NS records. (I understand we can do either)
Is that it?
Thanks for help
Thank you; i have a question, i see to buy a domain it gives me multiple options of security users bla bla; if i buy JUST domain nothing else will that be enough in order to add domain and them create users through Microsoft admin center?
thanks for help
Hey man, I need to redo my office 365. Where do I go to see the MS=MS (TXT) record? Cheers
great help, for some reason i thought you needed to add the TXT record to onsite DNS not at the domain registrar level. thanks!
Thanks! Very helpful video