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office365 with multiple domains

Hi Community,

I have 2 domains for my business. I have registered Domain1.com against my Office365 tenant managed via GoDaddy. I now need to add Domain2.com to my Office365 tenant. I know this is possible because I have done it in the corporate world with direct purchased tenants from Microsoft. When I go to "Add a Domain" in my Office365 tenant it redirects me to the productivity.godaddy.com site but there is no option to add an additional domain. There are only tasks to manage the original domain I set up. Has anyone done this successfully?

Thanks in advance.

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Super User III
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Re: office365 with multiple domains

Hey there!

 

O365 purchased from GoDaddy is a single-domain solution per account. You can add multiple users at an additional cost per inbox.  If you'd like to add another, completely different domain, you'd need to purchase another account.



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Re: office365 with multiple domains

Hi @Phil_Randall. As @MrVapor said, you would need to add an account in the same GoDaddy account. When you go through the setup process, you'll have the option to share the new account. You'll need to make sure you choose that to be able to have the two domains work from the same group. Hope that helps. 

 

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