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In case you're doing development on your machine, I guess that's a case where you have a loopback check, you can get around this problem in a couple of ways, please refer to this article. The easiest one for you would be to just disable it since you're only doing development on your local machine.
One alternative is to share your site to external user where user can sign in with a Live-ID account instead. But that really depends on what your non-AD users are supposed to do in SharePoint Online? Document management is fine, but administration of Site Collection isn’t. Ref: Share sites or documents with people outside your organization
There are password change solutions from other companies too: Harepoint, Virtosoftware
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