If you find our tools and the information on this site useful we hope you’ll consider setting MessageOps as your Partner. By designating MessageOps as your Office 365 Partner, we receive financial support from Microsoft that enables us to continue developing the content and tools that are on our site. Designating MessageOps as your Partner does not cost you anything, does not give us access to your data, and has no impact on the support you already receive from Microsoft. The more organizations partner with MessageOps, the more we’ll be able to develop. The more we develop, the easier it will be for you to migrate to and manage Office 365.

The bottom line? At no extra cost to you, you can help fund our efforts to develop valuable content and tools. What’s not to the like about that?

Plus, by designating MessageOps as your Partner of Record, you will receive the following value-added tools and services for FREE:

  • Office 365 Exchange Migrator
  • Office 365 Password Synchronization
  • Office 365 training tools
  • Other offerings with a discount of up to 50%

Naming MessageOps as your Office 365 Partner is easy. It only takes moments and you only have to do it once.

  • Setting MessageOps as the Partner in Office 365 – 2013 Version
  • Setting MessageOps as the Partner in Office 365 – 2010 Version
  • Enterprise Agreement Customers

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are not paying for the Office 365 subscription we unfortunately cannot offer our software at no charge. Since you receive the service from Microsoft at no cost, Microsoft does not provide compensation to MessageOps. This applies to partner accounts and many of the education plans.

Add a partner at the time of purchase

  • Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account.
  • Select the app launcher icon , Setting MessageOps as your Partner for Office 365 in the upper-left and choose Admin.
  • Select Purchase Services.
  • Select Buy now from the expanded menu on the bottom of each listed service.

, Setting MessageOps as your Partner for Office 365

  • To add a new partner, expand Need help with your order? and choose Get assistance from a Microsoft Partner.

, Setting MessageOps as your Partner for Office 365

  • Follow the steps on the Pinpoint page to either search for, or to get matched with a partner.
  • If you already have a partner, in the second step of the Check out wizard, in the right pane, under Partner information, select add.
  • Type the Microsoft Partner ID for the partner you’re adding. You can get the partner’s Microsoft Partner ID by asking the partner for it.
  • Complete the rest of the wizard to finish buying your subscriptions.

Add a partner to an existing subscription

  • Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account.
  • Select the app launcher icon , Setting MessageOps as your Partner for Office 365 in the upper-left and choose Admin.
  • Go to the Subscriptions page:
    • Choose Billing Subscriptions, or
    • Under billing, select View and edit subscriptions.
  • If you have more than one subscription, select the subscription you want to edit in the left pane.
  • Under the subscription name and cost, select More actions > Add partner of record.

, Setting MessageOps as your Partner for Office 365

  • Type the Microsoft Partner ID for the partner you’re adding, select Check ID, and then Submit. You can get the partner’s Microsoft Partner ID by asking the partner for it.
  • The partner ID displays on the Subscriptions page.

Change the partner for a subscription

  • Go to the Subscriptions page:
    • Choose Billing Subscriptions, or
    • Under billing, select View and edit subscriptions.
  • If you have multiple subscriptions, select the name of the subscription you want to edit.
  • Under the Partner ID, select Edit partner of record.

, Setting MessageOps as your Partner for Office 365

  • Type the new Microsoft Partner ID for the partner you’re adding, select Check ID, and then Submit. You can get the partner’s Microsoft Partner ID by asking the partner for it.
  • The partner ID displays on the Subscription details page.

Delete a partner from a subscription

  • Go to the Subscriptions page:
    • Choose Billing Subscriptions, or
    • Under billing, select View and edit subscriptions.
  • If you have multiple subscriptions, select the name of the subscription you want to edit.
  • Under the Partner ID, select Edit partner of record.
  • On the Partner information page, clear the partner ID box, and then select Submit.

Setting MessageOps as your Partner in Office 365 – 2013 Version

, Setting MessageOps as your Partner for Office 365

  • Click your subscription and in the Subscription Details page that appears click add under partner information.

, Setting MessageOps as your Partner for Office 365

In the Microsoft Partner ID field input 987951 and click Check ID. Champion Solutions Group should be displayed (MessageOps is the Microsoft Cloud Business Unit of Champion Solutions Group).

  • Click ok.
  • Repeat steps 2 – 4 for each Office 365 Subscription you have.

Setting MessageOps as your Partner in Office 365 – 2010 Version

, Setting MessageOps as your Partner for Office 365

  • Click on your Office 365 Subscription in the center pane.

, Setting MessageOps as your Partner for Office 365

  • In the Partner Information area on the right side of the page, click Add.

, Setting MessageOps as your Partner for Office 365

  • In the Microsoft Partner ID field input 987951 and click Check ID. Champion Solutions Group should be displayed. (MessageOps is the Microsoft Cloud Business Unit of Champion Solutions Group).
  • Click OK.
  • Repeat steps 2 – 5 for each Office 365 Subscription.

You’ve done it! MessageOps is now your Office 365 Partner.

Enterprise Agreement Customers

Enterprise Agreement Customers may not be able to set MessageOps as the partner on their account using the steps listed above, instead there is a short form that must be filled out. Contact us and we’ll send you a copy of the form if you are unable to set MessageOps as your partner using the methods above.