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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    Hosting the azure app costs at least USD72/month on compute cost in our tenant, not to mention the bandwidth and storage cost.

    Will you consider it to be a standard feature in Teams?

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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    We want to limit the numbers Teams, so Teams is created mainly department-based, or project-based.

    In a department-based team, we may not want the new joiner to the see all historical conversation due to some privacy concerns...

    It will be great to implement somethings similar to group check that allow team owner to decide to include chat history to new joiner or not.

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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    We use Azure AD Connect to sync out AD user to O365. We have AD account who just a "Domain Users" and they are not assigned with any Office 365 license. However these accounts can be find in the Teams people picker, which make confusion to users...

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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    If we have multiple toll numbers of a country, for example Leeds and London in UK. When we have new user whose usage location is set to UK, the system always assigns Leeds's number as the default toll number for the users. I guess it assigns the first one sorted by the number. Is it possible to set the auto assignment with other numbers for example London in UK, Chicago in US? I understand we can change the default toll number of the user one by one in Teams Admin Center. However our Azure is sync with our on-prem AD. Usually we only provision user in our local AD, we seldom go into Azure or other O365 portal to configure the user accounts.

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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    Currently in Teams admin portal > Meeting settings > Email invitation, we can configure the text to be displayed in the Footer in email invitation. However it is limited to 255 characters only.

    We want to get it increased so that we can put more information such as instructions to join the meeting, best practice,etc....

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    There are two parts to this topic:

    1) Completed: Bypass the lobby for PSTN: The ability for admins and organizers to be able to specify a meeting option to bypass the PSTN lobby independently of the VoIP lobby.

    2) On the backlog: Ability for an organizer joined via PSTN to admit users from the lobby with a PIN. If you enable “Always let callers bypass the lobby” in your meeting options, people calling in by phone will join your meeting without having to wait for someone to admit them. See details here: https://support.microsoft.com/office/change-participant-settings-for-a-teams-meeting-53261366-dbd5-45f9-aae9-a70e6354f88e

    Please Note: In Q2CY20, we launched a new default in for the Teams meeting policy (https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=63388). If tenants have not modified their default meeting policy, lobby is now enforced.

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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    James, I believe this is still not working. I've just tested, the experience is now:

    1. Meeting host send out Teams meeting invite to external people (anonymous)
    2. External people joins the meeting as a guest by using TEAMS APP
    3. Meeting host then dial in to the meeting via PSTN.
    4. Now the system is able to ASK for the PIN code.
    5. However after the host input the PIN code and goes into the meeting.
    6. The guest who joined first is still stuck at the lobby lonely!

    My test environment:
    - Let anonymous people to start a meeting: OFF
    - Automatically admit people: EVERYONE
    - Allow dial-in users to bypass the lobby: ON

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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    The following scenario doesn't work even we set "Everyone" bypass the lobby:

    1. Meeting host send out Teams meeting invite to external people (anonymous)
    2. External people joins the meeting as a guest by using TEAMS APP
    3. Meeting host then dial in to the meeting via PSTN.
    3. The system NEVER ASK for the PIN code, as a result all people stuck at the lobby.

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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    It is partially works under the following settings

    - Let anonymous people to start a meeting: OFF
    - Automatically admit people: EVERYONE
    - Allow dial-in users to bypass the lobby: ON

    See the scenarios I have tested in the attached file. The last scenario doesn't work as expected.

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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    Another scenario that doesn't work as expected:

    TEAMS MEETING POLICY:

    - AllowAnonymousUsersToStartMeeting : False
    - AutoAdmittedUsers : Everyone
    - AllowPSTNUsersToBypassLobby : True

    REPRODUCE THE ISSUE:

    (1) Scheduled a Teams meeting in either Outlook or Teams

    (2) The first anonymous join the meeting via Teams app or web browsers as a guest. He will be put in lobby <- Expected

    (3) Then, second anonymous join the meeting via PSTN. However the caller never be prompted for inputting the PIN code. The caller is directly be placed in the lobby. If the caller is the meeting host, then the meeting cannot be started <- Unexpected

    We need to keep the lobby function because we don't want the meeting starts without the host.

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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    Audio conferencing in Teams doesn't work if all participants are dialing in by PSTN. Obviously this is not a feature request, this is a bug. Please provide an update of this.

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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    It would be good to let IT Admin control a bit of updates. There is one scenario that make us frustrate:

    We have a common computer in our meeting room. Our users will login with their own account and use it for Teams meeting. Sometimes if the user doesn't use the computer for a period of time. When the user signs in, he/she need to wait the Teams app to get updated, it can take a long time unless the user manually download it from MS website and install again.

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    Mike Yam commented  · 

    Need this configure. Although there is a workaround by configure the setting in S4B app, it eventually fix the flickering issues in Teams. But we already uninstalled S4B for all users!! Camera app is not included in our Windows images!! So there is no ways for us to change it to 50Hz.

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