Set up email notification to let me know when Office 365 stops syncing with Server 2016 AD server

What steps can I follow to set up an email notification to let me know when Office 365 stops syncing with my organization's Server 2016 Active Directory server?

Currently, the only method I have of doing this is by manually checking.

Please provide me with the steps I can follow to set up automatic email alerts so I will be notified whenever this occurs.
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timgreen7077Exchange EngineerCommented:
If you log into the Azure AD portal, go the the following:

Azure Active Directory Connect Health  > Sync Error  > Notification Settings

Make sure that the option "Use the notification to get notified when there are new alerts." is set to ON, and the check box "Notify All Global Administrators" is checked or just add your email address.
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