DNSSEC support in Office 365
Please add DNSSEC support for managed domains in Office 365 business (enterprise) plans
the dutch goverment has made DNSSec obligatory
Michael K commented
This requires DNSSEC to be enabled on the outlook.com domain, or to create a second secure domain, and migrate customers MX records to the second one. I cannot see the risk in the first, but if Microsoft are worried about a breaking change, then option 2 gives customers the option to secure their email environment.
Andy Marchand commented
Are there any news on this subject?
I do really have troubles with missing DNSSEC on .info domains, which are no longer accepted as e-mail senders by a growing number of important hosts like Gmail...
Berrie Pelser commented
Is this already in?
Please support DNSSEC and DANE, it is an advice for GDPR/AVG which will be active at 25-5-2018
Michiel Klaver commented
Microsoft Technet  describes exactly why this is a much needed feature: to prevent DNS spoofing at rogue networks (public Wifi, etc..) and protect Office365 users from malicious actions like credential theft.
DNSSEC is already widely deployed by many other major service providers.