Lots of news about moving things around in Office 365 this week — how to move items that have been archived by Exchange Online back to primary mailboxes, how to move tenants between data center regions, and finally, Microsoft plans to help public folders transform themselves into Office 365 Groups.
A busy week with lots of new things to discuss in the world of Office 365. The Outlook for iOS client has a new scheduling assistant, Microsoft launched Teams, its hoped-for Slack-killer, Quest returns to full life, and Skype for Business is going to improve voice calls.
It’s frustrating when a promised feature isn’t available. Microsoft announced auto-expanding archive mailboxes for Exchange Online in June 2016, but Office 365 customers have reported that their storage quota is limited to 170GB. That’s a lot of space, but hardly the “truly bottomless archive” that Microsoft promised. What’s going on?