If you want to connect your domain to Office365, we recommend the following method:
In order to use Office365 with your own domain, you must first validate that you own the domain so that no one else tries to use your domain for your Microsoft services without your permission.
To do this, a so-called TXT entry for your domain must first be set via the easyname Control Panel.
You will receive this TXT entry in the Microsoft / Office365 admin console after logging in with your Office365 administrator account.
To do this, click on [Show All] → [Settings] → [Domains] on the start page of the Microsoft / Office365 admin console and select the method to confirm your domain using a TXT entry and click on [Next] .
The following section explains exactly what this TXT entry is.
You can then create this TXT entry, which you have received from Microsoft, inside your easyname Control Panel at [Domains] → [DNS] .
After the entry has been saved, it can take up to 24 hours before it becomes effective and can be validated via Office365. However, this often happens much faster.
To use other Office365 services via your domain, a few more DNS entries must now be set in the easyname Control Panel, just like the TXT entry previously.
Back in the Microsoft / Office365 admin console, select [I'll add DNS records myself] .
The required values of the various DNS entries can then be found on the following page in your Microsoft / Office365 admin console.
You can then also create these DNS entries, which are displayed by Microsoft, in your easyname Control Panel at [Domains] → [DNS] .
After the entries have been saved, it can take up to 24 hours for them to take effect. Experience has shown that this happens also quite fast.
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