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Teams meeting invitations with multiple sub company logos.

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y company is a holding company for several sub companies.  All sub companies need to keep their own branding.  IT resources are centralized and managed by the parent company IT.  We need to have a way to brand the Teams Meeting Invitation by company.  Much like we do with the centralized email.  All business unites users have an email address that has their own business unit domain and signature.  We need this for Teams meeting invitations.  For example: Company A gets Company A's logo.  Company B gets Company B's logo...      

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best response confirmed by Christopher Hoard (MVP)
Solution
No, this is a tenant wide setting only, unfortunately!

Go to teams uservoice and vote for this:

https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/
I'm a scrum master and manage numerous meetings including agendas. Today, I am trying to update an agenda and am now receiving the error message that the Team Meeting Details are different and the invite cannot be sent. Anyone know of a work around? I'd rather not cancel the meetings created in our group calendar and create new as it would be confusing to the 50 plus recipients.

@cjshively 

Hi,
I was struggling with this to! But I found a creative solution that worked for us. I removed the logo from the Teams admin so there will be no logo by default. After that I created transport rules in Exchange online that adds a 'disclaimer' (this supports HTML so you can add images) when the following conditions are:
Apply this rule if:
the message type is: Calendaring
and
The subject or body includes: (this is in Dutch but you don't want to add this logo to all calendar invites) add a line of text thats in a Teams meeting invite by default like 'Join Microsoft Teams Meeting'
and

The senders domain is: companyA.com

 

Do the following: 
Append the disclaimer: (the <br? is there so the logo isn't attached underneath the line in the invite but you will see for yourself)<br><br> <IMG src="https://image.example.com/logox.png" alt="Company A">

JanWillemvanVaneveld_1-1648634206066.png

 

 

 

You can make multiple rules with different domains and disclaimers. Or even add more conditions.

It was an old question but maybe still relevant for you or other admins.