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Microsoft allows organizations to own more than one domain (the default domain is onmicrosoft.com). Learn more about creating domains here: Add a domain to Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Docs.
We are enabling two controls for domain use in Microsoft Bookings:
- You can specify which domain will be used from the domain list for Bookings using OWA mailbox policy. Once the default domain policy is configured and deployed, any newly created Bookings calendars will have the configured domain in the SMTP address.
For example, Bookings pages can be created with a domain, “contoso.com” instead of, “contoso.onmicrosoft.com”.
- You can also configure domains for specific users. When users with the custom Outlook Web App (OWA) policy create a Bookings calendar, it would be created with the custom domain and not the default domain.
Please note, this change will not impact Bookings calendars that have already been created. Only new calendars will be created using the configured domain.
How can you start using Custom domain?
Add your choice of a domain name as per the process defined here. Admins can use Powershell commands to user this new feature as defined in detail here: Custom domain support in Bookings.
If you are enjoying Microsoft Bookings, read more about these recently released features:
- Introducing follow-up reminders in Microsoft Bookings
- Announcing Microsoft Bookings Power Automate connector – now available in Preview!
Did you know? The Microsoft 365 Roadmap is where you can get the latest updates on productivity apps and intelligent cloud services. Check out what features are in development or coming soon on the Microsoft 365 Roadmap, or view Bookings roadmap items here.
Brought to you by Dr. Ware, Microsoft Office 365 Silver Partner, Charleston SC.