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I have a Sharepoint domain domain.sharepoint.com. I want to add a second, separate environment (domaindev.sharepoint.com) for our SharePoint Developer to play in without breaking the main site. I currently own domaindev.com. I have added domaindev.com to Office365, but when I attempt to create a site collection in Sharepoint Online, domaindev.sharepoint.com is not an option. Does anyone have any ideas?
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Vasil Michev (MVP) earned 500 total points
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If you need it for dev/testing purposes only, just go with a different tenant. As an added benefit, you can exploit the free trial offerings so it will not actually cost you anything :)

Otherwise, you can get the official 'no' answer here: http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/155/t/242847.aspx
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