Cloudfloor DNS office 365 setup problem


I have Cloudfloor DNS and i am trying to setup Office 365.
I get to the settings in Office 365.
But when i set them up in Cloudfloor it tells me to put a "." at the end of the domain names.
I do this but it then says I have no MX record.  I think this is because i have a @ in the name.

Can anyone help, .

Also should i remove the MS record i created in stage 1?

Thanks Terry

Here are the settings from Office 365

TYPE      PRIORITY      HOST NAME      POINTS TO ADDRESS                                              TTL
MX            0              @          1 Hour
CNAME      -      autodiscover                                      1 Hour

TYPE      TXT NAME      TXT VALUE                                                              TTL
TXT      @                       v=spf1 -all      1 Hour

Additional Office 365 Records
TYPE               HOST NAME                         POINTS TO ADDRESS                      TTL
CNAME      1 Hour
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
They look good on my end:

Name         :
QueryType    : MX
TTL          : 3600
Section      : Answer
NameExchange :
Preference   : 20

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PS C:\> Resolve-DnsName -Type All

Name                           Type   TTL   Section    NameHost
----                           ----   ---   -------    -------- CNAME  3600  Answer

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Just add the SPF one.
terrybuck9Author Commented:
thanks for message.

I had a response from Cloudfloor who told me to remove the @ from the names.   And i did that change before you looked.  That has made it work.
But i still have 1 error in Office 365:
CNAME      1 Hour
terrybuck9Author Commented:
I have fixed my last problem.
I had to just put msoid in the name column in DNS, I put .

thanks for help.

so to recap, I had to.
Remove old TXT record
Remove @ from name
Just put msoid in name.
add "." to end of web addresses in DNS.

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terrybuck9Author Commented:
The expert helped, but I fixed rest myself.
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