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    Bruce Banner commented  · 

    Method 1: Import/ Export Method
    Launch the MS Outlook program on your system.

    Go to the File tab.

    Select the Import/Export option.

    Click on Export to a file

    Hit the Next button

    Now select Personal file folder (.pst)

    Click on the Next button.

    Go to parent root and click on Include Subfolders.

    Browse to define the path to the resultant file.

    Method 2: Drag and Drop
    Users here need to create a new PST file and then select all the OST mailbox data that they want to export to Outlook PST and drag and drop them in the newly created PST file.

    Open MS Outlook program.

    Create a new PST file in the Outlook.

    Select all the OST mailbox data to convert them to PST file format and then copy and paste all of them in the newly created PST file.

    Method 3: Use Outlook Archive Feature
    After enabling the archiving feature in Microsoft Outlook, emails will get automatically saved in PST file format. To do so, follow the below steps -

    Open Microsoft Outlook.

    Go to the File section.

    Click on the Options.

    Now, Go to the advanced section.

    Click on Auto Archive settings…

    Browse the location to define the path to save the resultant archived file.

    https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/office-365-migration/

    Regards,
    Bruce

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    Bruce Banner commented  · 

    Within Microsoft Teams, select the "+" icon under the navigation menu for the channel. This is the "Add a Tab" option. You'll see an assortment of different tab types. ... In addition to this, you can check a box to post about the calendar to your Microsoft Teams channel.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,
    Bruce

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    The engineering team is continuing to work on adding support for multiple accounts on desktop clients. We will first launch support for 1 work/school account and 1 personal account so users can enjoy Teams for work and personal side-by-side. Windows and MacOS. Support for multiple work accounts is still being worked on and will come at a later date.

    You can track status via the roadmap here: https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?searchterms=68845.

    Thanks!

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    Bruce Banner commented  · 

    Currently, desktop Teams doesn't support multi-account sign-in. To switch to a different account, users have to sign out of one account and sign into another. They also have a few workarounds including using an incognito tab in their browsers to use two different accounts simultaneously.

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