Category Archives: Microsoft Teams

Reporting on any email addresses configured for Teams and channels via the Graph API

Since apparently I’m the go-to person for everything Graph-related in the company, a colleague asked me the other day how can we report on any channels that have the email functionality enabled and correspondingly gather their email addresses. Turns out … Continue reading

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GAL segmentation and Ethical walls in Microsoft Teams

It’s not uncommon for various types of organizations to want to restrict one or more of the form of communication between their users. For example, in the EDU sector students are often limited to seeing and communicating with just their peers. … Continue reading

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Granular controls for Teams connectors are now available

While application extensibility is great thing to have in general, and certainly one of the factors that have contributed to Microsoft’s success over the years, it can also cause some unpleasant issues when left unchecked. Take for example the good old … Continue reading

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Did you know: Inviting Guest users to Teams without email

Microsoft Teams recently celebrated it’s first year in General availability status, and since its launch it has grown immensely in both popularity and new features alike. Support for Guest users was one of the more requested awaited features, and many were disappointed … Continue reading

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