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Proving that Teams Retention Policies Work

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Tony Redmond
MVP

You can create an Office 365 retention policy to process Teams channel conversations and personal chats, but how do you prove that the policy is working? As it turns out, the only way is by checking the mailboxes where Teams stores compliance items and the statistics generated by the Exchange Online Managed Folder Assistant.
https://www.petri.com/proving-teams-retention-policies-work

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