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    Erdem Susam commented  · 

    @Anonymous
    Ofcourse you need to own domain before use. You can use unverified onmicrosoft.com domain. After adding a onmicrosoft.com domain you can change initial domain to new added one.

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    Erdem Susam commented  · 

    You can change your initial domain now from Azure AD, Custom Domain page. Just add a new ***.onmicrosoft.com and after clicking this domain, you will see "change initial domain" link.

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    Erdem Susam commented  · 

    Azure portal domain management gives opportunity to change "initial domain (onmicrosoft.com)". But the problem is new initial domain does not work on Sharepoint and OneDrivee, now all domain management of company is a mess and Microsoft respond very slow to my ticket.

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    Erdem Susam commented  · 

    Azure portal domain management gives opportunity to change "initial domain (onmicrosoft.com)". But the problem is new initial domain does not work on Sharepoint and OneDrivee, now all domain management of company is a mess and Microsoft respond very slow to my ticket.

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