Join David Elfassy for an in-depth discussion in this video Add a domain in Office 365, part of Office 365: Deployment.
- [Instructor] Likely the most important element…that identifies your location throughout…the entire internet is the domain name portion…of your email address, or what we reference to…as the SMTP suffix, anything that comes after the @ sign.…So if your email address starts with your first name,…and then an @ sign, whatever comes after that…is your SMTP suffix, or your domain name.…In Office 365, we must set up a domain,…at least one domain, in order to be able…to receive emails and to be able to authenticate…and access Office 365.…
You see that I have several domains that exist…in my tenant, in my Office 365 subscription,…and I can add more by clicking on the add domain button.…I'll do that in a few minutes.…First, I want to take a look at the existing domains.…So I'm going to click here on the elfassy.ca domain,…and you'll notice that as soon as you click…on the domain, you're presented with lots of information…that is your recommended DNS settings.…So this is not information that is currently configured,…this is information that you should configure…
This course details the process of moving your network to Office 365 by deploying a new Office 365 subscription. David Elfassy covers creating user accounts, adding domains, and configuring email, directories, conferencing, file sharing, and valuable business services such as PowerShell and SharePoint. Watch these tutorials to deploy your own implementation of Office 365 or to see if this technology fits your enterprise needs.
- Using FastTrack to prepare for Office 365
- Creating Office 365 user accounts
- Adding domains
- Configuring Outlook and Skype
- Configuring sharing and shared mailboxes
- Troubleshooting an Office 365 deployment
- Configuring PowerShell
- Creating SharePoint services