How can I reuse a Lync Online domain with Office 365?

aiden

I was using custom domains that were assigned to user names with Lync Online, and that seems to be preventing me from using them with Office 365. Any idea how I go about reusing them?

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jluppino
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You are going to have to get rid of the previous domains. With Lync Online, you can probably just remove the Lync Online license that was assigned to the user. If that doesn't word, you more than likely will have to get in touch with MS tech support.

jimlynch
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You might want to check the support page for Office 365.

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/support.aspx

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