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    87 comments  ·  Public » Teams and Channels  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    webbrewer commented  · 

    Another mesmerisingly poor decision by Msft. I get the need to give some admin control over what appears in outlook, but the obvious solution would be to give admins a ui switch to enable/disable group owner control, not block all outlook access by default. Powershell has just become a crutch that allows Msft to get away with cr*p like this.Even better, it should be an option when a Team is created - so users can choose what shows up in Outlook. Not rocket science...

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    webbrewer commented  · 

    Changing standard Windows dload behavior just for Teams was clearly an explicit design decision that required specific development. It would have been easier to leave well enough alone. I can tell people to ctrl/click which works, but why should I have to? Boneheaded decision that shouldn't take 3 years to fix.

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