defensible disposition query in office 365

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I listened to a video that mentioned office 365 has the capability in e5 but for the love it it I cannot find any reference in the documentation.

 

Is this possible \ available in office 365 ?

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If it was a video from Ignite, it can take up to an year before we actually see the functionality released. If we see it at all, I'm still waiting for dynamic scopes for retention policies...