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Check out the guidance in Verify your Office 365 domain to prove ownership, nonprofit or education status, or to activate Yammer to make sure you've completed all the required steps. If you've followed all the steps and Office 365 isn't validating your status or letting you complete the process, you'll need to contact Office 365 support to see what's going on and resolve the issue.
This video shows you how, or you can follow step-by-step help (below the video) to fix the records at your registrar.Tip: Got your DNS set up correctly, but mail doesn't work in Outlook on your desktop?Check out the different mail flow scenarios you can have with Office 365 to make sure you've got things set up correctly for your business.Or get more troubleshooting help with email here: Fix Outlook problems.Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.
Getting your domain set up to work with Office 365 can be challenging. When you add your domain to Office 365, typically your domain's MX record is updated (by you or Office 365) to point to Office 365, and ALL email sent to that domain will start coming to Office 365.
The DNS system is nitpicky to work with, and the DNS setup for your domain affects important business activities, like email! Make sure you've created mailboxes in Office 365 for everyone who has email on your domain BEFORE you change the MX record.
What if you don't want to move email for everyone on your domain to Office 365?
You can take steps to pilot Office 365 with just a few email addresses instead.
There are a couple of scenarios when you just need to verify your organization's domain and not set up any services.
For example, to prove to Office 365 that your organization qualifies for a school subscription.