Find your domain registrar or DNS hosting provider

To set up a domain to Office 365, you, as an admin, must own a domain and change some of the DNS records for your domain. If you don’t already own a domain, you can buy one from a domain name registrar.

Your domain name registrar usually, but not always, manages the DNS records for your domain. If you don’t remember the domain name registrar where you registered your domain, follow the steps here to find the registrar. If your registrar doesn’t manage your DNS records, you’ll have to find your DNS hosting provider.

Find your domain name registrar

  1. On the InterNIC search page, in the Whois Search box, type your domain. For example, contoso.com.
  2. Select the Domain option, and then click Submit.
  3. On the Whois Search Results page, locate the Registrar entry. This entry lists the organization that provides registrar service for your domain.

Find your DNS hosting provider

  1. On the InterNIC search page, in the Whois Search box, type your domain. For example, contoso.com.
  2. Select the Domain option, and then click Submit.
  3. On the Whois Search Results page, locate the first Name Server entry.
  4. Copy the name server (NS) information that appears after the colon (:), and then paste it into the Search box at the top of the page. Select Nameserver, and then click Submit.
  5. On the Whois Search Results page, locate the Registrar entry. This entry lists your DNS hosting provider, the DNS provider who owns the name server for your domain.

Find step-by-step instructions when your domain isn’t listed in the Office 365 domains wizard

For the most popular domain registrars, we provide step-by-step instructions for verifying your domain right in the domains wizard (when you’re adding your domain to Office 365). Just choose your domain registrar from the drop-down list.

But we also include step-by-step help for about 20 domain registrars in our Help content. So if your domain’s registrar or DNS hosting provider isn’t included in the drop-down list of providers, look for your registrar in the list in Create DNS records for Office 365 when you manage your DNS records. (If you’re setting up a Small Business subscription and Office 365 will manage your DNS records after you add your domain, see these alternate instructions instead.)

If your domain registrar isn’t listed in the topic, try following the general instructions. Or, if you manage DNS on site, there are instructions to help you set up your domain for that scenario.

 
 
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