Microsoft Teams Email Notification

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When any one comment or post something in teams channel all the teams member/Channel member should receive a email notification. This features should be controlled from admin center.

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@Jaymallya_Chowdhuri Hello, all the notification settings has always been end-user controlled (but admin possibility is a highly requested feature as noticed at Teams UserVoice).

@ChristianBergstromYes, user can control the notifications but there is no Email notification. User get email notification at the time when user is added to the any channel/teams but no Email notification for any type post or other activity.

Hi, why would you like to be notified by email when you have all these notifications within Teams that you can use on any device? Besides, your inbox would be clogged immediately. Don't see the need here to be honest.

@ChristianBergstromYes, you are right but its depends on users and situation.. If any department's HOD post some important thing in a channel and he wants everyone to respond on it but some of his subordinate do not respond and tell that he didn't got any teams notification from teams app or he uninstalled the app. If user receive notification on mail it can be used for documentation and nobody can tell lies or give any excuse.