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Office 365 and Digital Ocean DNS record question

  • Posted on January 14, 2015
  • ianSIAsked by ianSI

I am not overly technical, so please bare with me. I am trying to follow this guide: https://obstance.com/blog/setting-up-office-365-using-digitaloceans-dns-management/ to setup a DNS record on DO. But I can’t find where to access the “MS” number anywhere in the Office 365 settings. I can find all of the other info needed in the guide, but not that.

Can anyone who has setup Office 365 with DO offer any input?

Thank you

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