Any progress being made on this?
We have announced that Group Owners will be able to leverage existing groups to drive membership in Office 365 Groups.
We need to be able to net groups for Office 365 groups.
Apologies for the previous irrelevant admin response. We’re still thinking about this one.
Is there going to be more work on this issue?
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ATP does not consider mails from other Office 365 tenants, or even mailboxes inside of your tenant, as safe. The best way to put a stop to this is to follow the recommendations in SecureScore for your tenant; and report phishing mails to us promptly. Also, make sure that the sender is not allowed either by the tenant configuration or the user safelist.
The worst is when you contact premier support and the technician will tell you that is how the spam filter works and they cannot do anything about this.
Hello, I’m updating the status of this UserVoice suggestion back to “thinking about it”, as it appears the previous status update was misleading. The core of the suggestion is to allow folders.
Keep on posting on this suggestion to create folders within group mailbox.
Do you have an ETA for this feature?
We are working on providing the ability to change the email address (both primary and secondary) associated with a group.
Roadmap item: https://products.office.com/en-US/business/office-365-roadmap?filters=&freeformsearch=27891&featureid=27891
We’re working on this feature, and we hope to release later this spring. In our implementation, members of groups with hidden membership will not be visible to non-members; i.e. a non-member browsing these groups in the GAL will see no members in the group.
Keep track of our progress here: http://fasttrack.microsoft.com/roadmap#I-31830
We’re working on the ability to change the SharePoint site URL associated with an Office 365 Group.
We agree and we’re working on it! Please check out the latest announcements and videos here:
Thanks for your feedback. We are currently thinking about this. Can you please let us know what scenarios your organization uses shared mailboxes for and what options do you use. This will help us.
We used shared mailboxes as a shared work space to manage emails. Distribution list are more used for notification. so for us it would be more important to be able to convert shared mailboxes to Office 365 group then with distribution lists. This will allow for a seem less transition to Office 365 groups. Obviously you would need more feature parity with the e-mail portion of Office 365 Group like creating folders n the Office 365 group mailbox.
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We are currently working on automatically removing hidden/disabled users from the org chart.
With the lack of malware protection in the base Exchange Online Protection product it would make sense not to charge an additional fee for Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection.
EOP has been horrible. We opened several tickets with support and basically the tech said yea that is strange that got through.
It is horrible.