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    KenBBIT commented  · 

    I've had a similar issue with our Teams installs. After a password change, Teams won't sign in and the user gets a 'We've run into an issue' dialog. If they use the 'Signing out' link to try to log back in, they'll get an autopopulated Teams window with their email address filled in that they can presumably click through on.

    DON'T.

    Instead, delete the prefilled email address, even though it is in fact their own, and type it in manually. After doing this, sign in completes as normal. I haven't had this trick fail me yet, but I'm going to get a whirlwind of pushback if/when we roll out Teams to all if something as simple as password changes breaks Teams.

    EDIT: I see a similar solution is being repeatedly mentioned, originating from David Poole. Only difference here is that I don't tend to have to bother with a fake address to spur a new login; just removing the autofilled email and retyping it manually (cutting it out and pasting it back in won't work) solves it here.

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    Once support for Windows 10 native notifications is released, users who choose to use Windows notifications will be able to utilize Windows OS specific settings for the length of time to display notifications. Mac does not have an OS specific setting, so will not have the support.

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    KenBBIT commented  · 

    This is coming up quite often in our preliminary deployment of Teams. Missing messages is quite common and there doesn't seem to be any way to get these notification methods to remain persistent. I'd prefer not to mark everything as Urgent in hopes that they'll see it in the 20 minutes it amplifies.

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    KenBBIT commented  · 

    We're starting to look into Teams and this was one of the first 'can we do this?' questions that came up. Would be a nice addition and presumably not terribly demanding on the development side.

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