Custom domain support
please add support for custom Domains, because i think many people wait for this feature.
Stefan Flegg commented
Hi Microsoft. As per everyone else's comments, I'm keen to see this also. I used to use it with Windows Live domains and the new feature which locks you to GoDaddy is not suitable for my needs as it would prevent me from using CloudFlare for my domains.
Really need to have custom domain in outlook.com from any registrar. Not limited to GoDaddy.
Timo-Manuel Junge commented
Really need to have custom domain in outlook.com at any registrar. Do not limit this to GoDaddy!
Wendy Helson commented
I need support too.
Darshan Jog commented
We need a working custom domain solution and it should not be tied to a specific registrar like GoDaddy.
I should be able to use any domain I have like GSuite and modify the MX records to make this work.
I remember you had this feature long back but, it seems you deprecated it.
Paul Sheraton commented
When is this Planned for you updated this Jul 2018 we are now April 2020 is it going to take you 2 years to plan something! The problem is if I send a Calendar invite to my brother it comes from "outlook_[long series of letters and numbers]@outlook.com" as per https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/office/outlook-com-email-account-appears-as-outlook-long-series-of-letters-and-numbers-outlook-com-in-outlook-for-windows-90ed7938-7f21-4cb5-a69d-a3b79ea4eafd?ui=en-us&rs=en-gb&ad=gb I want it to be sent as an external domain. In effect, my emails to my brother are getting moved to the spam folder as it looks like your trying to spoof an email address! Please fix this!
Garland Sharratt commented
Please support domain registrars other than GoDaddy. NameCheap is my ask.
Bad as FB
The answers are computer generated & no solutions are actually being implimated
MS is worst platform Ive ever used since 1990s
Martin Hofmann commented
I just moved my Domain to GoDaddy, but i don´t have any Personalized Email Entry under Premium Features. I have a O365 Home Subscription and i moved the Subscription with Supoort to new Outlook.com Account, but still no Entry!! What´s going on? Two Days ago there was an Entry, than i moved to GoDaddy and then this...
Andrew Macaulay commented
With the enforced move to using O365 Home/Personal to get custom domains on outlook.com, you really need to get the support capability in place to support it! I have tried to get a set of questions answered about the migration, and the outlook.com support says it's down to the Office Team, and the Office team have said that its either the outlook.com team or the enterprise Business Support teams (given the custom domains). I have still to get my answers and am getting extremely frustrated and annoyed by the complete lack of support of this pretty critical process.
Stephan Gregori commented
please give the opportunity to add custom domains as primary Microsoft Account. the growing digitalisation is crying for it.
Remove the restriction to use GoDaddy. This is ridiculous!
Rolf Schuster commented
Yes please add the ability to use domain registrars other than godaddy I have a domain with another registrar and pay for office 365 so I get premium but can't use it :(
For users that have custom domains set up (through GoDaddy), please give the option of adding multiple "alias" addresses that all go to the same inbox.
Stefan Flegg commented
Please add support for any domain registrar. Forcing GoDaddy is unnecessary.
Please add support for custom domains hosted in places other than godaddy (for example, Google Domains). Thanks.
GoDaddy is a price nightmare.
I bought my domain with OVH and i want to use it.
I almost bought O365 but GoDaddy is a deal breaker :(
Let me use my own domain without godaddy.
Johnny Bent commented
Wau, nice incident. GoDaddy does not support redelegation of domains from many places. In this case .dk
Thumbs up. Well done automation! Please keep it manual also until it woks much better.
Marek Polášek commented
I am waiting for this, but why godaddy, they are very expensive. So I have to wait to unlocking this feature to any domain registrar. :(