How to Change the Domain of an Office 365 User
Microsoft allows companies to add a custom domain to their account which can be used not only as a login ID but also an email address. What if there is a need to change the domain? Even though changing domains isn’t a regular admin task in Office 365, there could come a moment where they have to. In this tutorial, we provided simple steps on changing the domain of an Office 365 user.
Step 1: Log in to Office 365 Admin Center
Go to office.com and enter your admin login credentials to access Office 365 admin center.
Step 2: Go to Users
Click on the Users tab in the menu on the left. It then opens a few submenu items from which you need to click Active Users.
Step 3: Select a user from Active users
Search for a user whose domain needs to be changed. You can do that by searching for their name or email address.
Step 4: Go to More Options
Click on the user to select. Now click on the ellipsis shown above in the user options. Click on the Change Domains option.
Step 5: Select a Domain
Clicking on the Domain options shows a dropdown with available domains. Select a new domain and click on it.
Step 6: Save Changes
Read the tiny bit of information provided by Microsoft on the domain name change. Once you are all set, click on the Save Changes button.
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