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Bought Azure Custom Domain - How to setup Office 365 Admin and a Azure Website on a single domain?

Is it not possible to do this? Seems like i keep running into limitations.

Also I didn’t realize Microsoft was using Godaddy as a domain registrar. Had I know it, I would have bought outside Godaddy due to Godaddy’s desire to redirect everything to secureserver.net

What should I do to accomplish this? I just want to build a website, host it on Azure and then still be able to maintain an Office 365 admin account with Azure, Exchange Online, Global Admin controls.

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This was resolved by Azure support. I canceled domain, Azure support sync changes and I was able to buy new domain in correct azure account. This required Azure Support’s help over 3 days to figure out they needed to sync the changes. Microsoft needs to address this issue. We need a better way to migrate or move domains between azure accounts.

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JaiVerma-7010 answered Chris06-1038 edited

I have similar setup in my lab, but domain is purchased from other place. What problem you are experiencing exactly?

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I need to take my domain and add it to an Office 365 Business Subscription. I can’t do it because the account I created it under is a godaddy office 365 email account. It’s redirecting me to secureserver.net

I want this to be a website ran in azure.

Do I need to start from scratch and just merge or migrate everything to a
“ work Microsoft account “ ?

I don’t want my website in Godaddy. I want to run this in azure with full control.

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ManuPhilip answered JamesTran-MSFT commented

Hi @Chris,
You may migrate your Go Daddy Office 365 to Microsoft. There are couple of web references. I see the following one is a better one you can follow

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/all/migrating-from-godaddy-to-office-365/2a844bfc-70df-4400-ac55-3fd5bff77d5f

Azure App Services will help you to build your website in Azure. There are variety of tools you can select from. Here is the Microsoft reference

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/app-service/app-service-web-tutorial-custom-domain

Thanks,
Manu

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So Manu if I understand this correctly you are saying I have to ditch godaddy to get around my current problem with the domain bought in Azure?

Is there not a way to just simply migrate the domain I bought today inside a new azure account that has an office 365 subscription?

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Hi,
You can't create same domain for email account which is already there in Go Daddy. New account in Office 365 + Azure App service with custom domain will help.

Here is one example in my blog shows adding your custom domain with Azure website.

http://cloudcompute.info/how-to-configure-an-azure-app-from-marketplace-in-a-custom-domain/


Please mark as "Accept the answer" if the above steps helps you. Others with similar issues can also follow the solution as per your suggestion

Regards,

Manu

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