EMAIL: One domain to another, and then another?

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Hello everyone, new here and have a bit of a question I’m not sure is even possible. Or it may be super simple. Not sure! haha

I am new to this kind of stuff, and I really don’t know the correct terminology, so please if I am saying it wrong, tell me.

Current situation:
Our current email(@flsico.com) is through godaddy and hosted here at our shop in house.

The new email(@flsi.us) we have is through network solutions(I know) network solutions hosts it currently. flsi.us is also our website address.

We just got brand new computers(our old ones are around 6+ years old or more now) and we signed up for Office 365 with exchange included.

We only have about 15 people with emails.

What we want to do:
We want @flsico.com to be changed to @flsi.us, we don’t want flsico.com to be hosted here in house anymore, rather on/with Microsoft. I have already gotten the @flsi.us all connected to Office 365 and it is all setup and ready to go… but my only hangup is:

How do I make all the email flow into the new address flsi.us from the old one flsico.com.
Will I merely just point the IP address?
Do I have to leave the usernames alone, so all that changes is the domain?
Would it maybe help if I transferred flsico.com to Microsoft Office 365 on my admin control panel?

I know I may be making it confusing, I just am not sure what to do when it comes to email.. haha

Thanks so much in advance!

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