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hello, I need to remove a domain name from one tenant and add that domain name to another tenant.

in order to do this, I need to remove all email addresses associated with that domain name on the first tenant account.

does someone have a powershell script that will accomplish this?

many thanks!

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Are you talking about Accepted Domains and Email address policies? If you are then you do not need a powershell script to accomplish this. Simply update the email address policy as needed, apply the new email address policy to all of the users, remove the accepted domain in Exchange Management Console.

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you realize that i'm asking about o365 right?
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