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Adding internal domain users to teams WITHOUT active 365 subscription

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As the subject states I am trying to add users within my company to our Teams team. 

The problem occurs when trying to add users with the same e-mail domain as me without them having an active 365 subscription with Microsoft Teams supported.

 

I can add users to domain and select the option "Create user without product license"

I can also add them to the team within Microsoft Teams "Add members" page.

 

When trying to log into Microsoft Teams they get a message saying (See picture in norwegian).

 

The message says:

"You are missing out. Ask your administrator to enable Microsoft Teams."

(I am the admin and Microsoft Teams are working for users with subscription and for external users so this problem is for internal users withou active subscription only)

Picture under:

 

teams.PNG

 

When adding external users, everything works and they get to log in and use teams as normal guest users.

 

 

Do you have to have an active subscription to join a team from within the same company?

What am I missing?

 

 

1 Reply

Internal "Members" must have an "active 365 subscription".

Regards, Magnus 

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