Your company has a Microsoft 365 subscription. All identities are managed in the cloud.
The company purchases a new domain name.
You need to ensure that all new mailboxes use the new domain as their primary email address.
What are two possible ways to achieve the goal? Each correct answer presents a complete solution. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
A . From Microsoft Exchange Online PowerShell, run the Update-EmailAddressPolicy policy command.
B . From the Exchange admin center, click mail flow, and then configure the email address policies.
C . From the Microsoft 365 admin center, click Setup, and then configure the domains.
D . From Microsoft Exchange Online PowerShell, run the Set-EmailAddressPolicy policy command.
E . From the Azure Active Directory admin center, configure the custom domain names.
Email address policies define the rules that create email addresses for recipients in your Exchange organization whether this is Exchange on-premise or Exchange online.
You can configure email address policies using the graphical interface of the Exchange Admin Center or by using PowerShell with the Set-EmailAddressPolicy cmdlet.
The Set-EmailAddressPolicy cmdlet is used to modify an email address policy. The Update-EmailAddressPolicy cmdlet is used to apply an email address policy to users.