See also https://office365.uservoice.com/forums/289138-office-365-security-compliance/suggestions/11515197-allow-exchange-admin-auditing-retention-to-be-incr that this should be merged into.
See also the request at https://office365.uservoice.com/forums/289138-office-365-security-compliance/suggestions/11515197-allow-exchange-admin-auditing-retention-to-be-incr which should be merged with this one.
At this point, the Office 365 service only allows for the retention of audit entries for 90 days. Can you provide us more information regarding your requirement to keep logs for 3 years. Is this a legal obligation? Please provide details around the specific audit entries you would like to retain for an extended period of time.
We are often asked for details form logs beyond the current remit of 90 days. Whilst we could do some back handed things like using Splunk (which takes a lot of effort and isn't 100% reliable as you are taking the data out of one place and putting it somewhere else and therefore you lose the validity and reliability) but this should be available for all by default. This is an ongoing service but the logs are often required some time after the original event occurred.
As another has mentioned -this is Office 365 and not Office90! :)
Thinking about it was set in September 2017 - but still no further update. This is a tragic waste and needs to be rectified.
The calendar for the group also needs to be surfaced into MS Teams easily.
We have heard the feedback and we’ve added it to our upcoming investments. While we do not have a date for this yet, we hope to be able to provide one soon. Thank you for the continued feedback.
We’re currently working on adding naming policy into Office 365 Groups.
You can follow this in our roadmap here:
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