We have DNS servers on win2003 and recently migrated to Office 365 using cutover migration. When we try to make a new profile in Outlook, it's picking up the user from the AD and associating the user with our old Exchange server and not the Office 365 exchange server in the cloud. If we change the DNS to the gateway, it resolves fine. But then, we won't have access to our local resources anymore.
When I make a new profile in Outlook, it automatically fills out the Domain assigned username. This happens when the DNS is set to our internal DNS. When I set it to the gateway, it will allow us to type the user name and password and it will connect to Office 365's email servers from the internet.
We do have the CNAME record at our registrar for autodiscover purposes. What can I change in my DNS server that will allow me to connect to cloud based office 365 servers? I tried "Forwarders" and it didn't worked.