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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Has any consideration being given to this suggestion? This is one of the main limitations that make Microsoft’s Records Management solution unfit for purpose in the government sector.

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    Very said to see that Microsoft is still only 'thinking about it' as in the public sector we can't start using labels for managing document retention and disposal until they meet business and compliance requirements. This also includes ability to export the required minimum metadata from the pending disposition view before disposing documents (see details at https://office365.uservoice.com/forums/289138-office-365-security-compliance/suggestions/34375546-allow-adding-metadata-fields-to-pending-dispositio). Until this is in place, using labels for disposing documents will be non-compliant with the Public Records Act. :-(

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