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Finding a consultant to forward from domain A to domain B

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We had two domains with the old system,  we transitioned to 365 only to find we can only use one domain.  I followed some instructions and in the end asked Melbourne IT for support but they have not been very helpful. We are desparate to forward mail from artisanlancashire.co.uk which was the main one that came up on google to artisan-hair-bolton.co.uk . The message I got from melbourne IT just said

"URL forwarding allows you to point your domain to another website. It's an additional service and should be added by a consultant".

Can anyone reccomend help or consultant who can do this

 

Rob

 

 

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  • Hello Rob,

    Do you want to add both of your domains into Office 365 and receive emails sent to these two domains?

    If yes, please refer to steps below to do it.

    1. Add the two domains into Office 365 referring to steps in article below.
    Note: You can add multiple domains into one Office 365 tenant.

    Add your domain to Office 365
    http://onlinehelp.microsoft.com/en-us/office365-smallbusinesses/ff637561.aspx

    2. Create users in Office 365 using your domain as email suffix.

    3. Add all required dns records of online services  on dns server at your domain registrar. You will be able to get the DNS information for your domain when you click DNS settings in MOP.

    After that, you should be able to receive emails sent to both of your domains.

    Thank you.
    Jack Sun

     

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  • Hello Rob,

    Do you want to add both of your domains into Office 365 and receive emails sent to these two domains?

    If yes, please refer to steps below to do it.

    1. Add the two domains into Office 365 referring to steps in article below.
    Note: You can add multiple domains into one Office 365 tenant.

    Add your domain to Office 365
    http://onlinehelp.microsoft.com/en-us/office365-smallbusinesses/ff637561.aspx

    2. Create users in Office 365 using your domain as email suffix.

    3. Add all required dns records of online services  on dns server at your domain registrar. You will be able to get the DNS information for your domain when you click DNS settings in MOP.

    After that, you should be able to receive emails sent to both of your domains.

    Thank you.
    Jack Sun

     

  • Hello Rob,

    Did the above reply answer your question? Can things work well now? If you need additional information on this problem, feel free to let us know.

    Jack Sun