Split 0365 domain...Remove .onmicrosoft.com from exchange users. Any Help?
So i've got a client who has 15 of their 100 email users on o365, the other email is hosted through their website provider. so we've got 85 .domain.com addresses and 15 .domain.onmicrosoft.com addresses. I can't seem to get the onmicrosoft to go away....any help?
Interesting,.. But you may try to look under the main O365 Admin, Users tab and then select the user.
Under USER Details you'll find (at least that is what I find) the User name, and drop down for the domain.
Is that what you are looking for?
How does a split domain work? Does all the email get delivered to O365, and then MS forwards on the accounts not specifically on O365 to your internal server?
@Dashrender I want to know this also!
My understanding of how O365 works isn't the greatest. @scottalanmiller may know more about it.
When you create your O365 account you by default get the domainx.onmicrosoft.com account. There is no way around it, and no way to remove it.
Once you add your domain, and point your MX record over does it 'matter'. Your domain has to be verified to be added to the MS servers prior.
If you have Multiple domains in your 'tree' I don't think that would matter. It's just an add on and still goes 'through' domainx.onmicrosoft.com
I think.... In theory.