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    201 comments  ·  Microsoft 365 Groups  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi! As we announced during Ignite last year, we want to share with you an open source tool which makes it easier to manage a large group roster by taking advantage of existing security groups and/or smaller groups kept up to date by teams within the larger org. The tool essentially takes security groups or other Microsoft 365 Groups as source group(s), produces an aggregated flat-list membership roster of the destination Microsoft 365 Group based on the source groups and continues to keep the destination group roster in sync with the source groups.

    The solution is released “as is” under MIT license and Microsoft is not obligated to provide any support service. Deploying the tool requires experience in building, deploying, and managing Azure services. For more information on the capabilities, pre-requisites and to download the tool, visit: Group-Membership-Management tool (

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    David Jenkins commented  · 

    I understand the idea that MS wants users to consolidate the email into these groups. It's a great idea. The problem is we don't want that many buckets of email in Outlook. We want users to have a few groups\teams and send emails to them. Please allow nesting. It's what we all want.

    Groups writeback is a disappointment. It's there, I can nest. You guys just need to sync that stuff back. Next next finish... :)

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