01-10-2019 09:08 AM
01-10-2019 09:17 AM - edited 01-10-2019 09:20 AM
Some users have reported with the Outlook 2016 client that this is because the client is not in cached mode (something to check). More have reported - and I think that this is more the case - that it needs to be enabled in powershell as they are hidden by default.
Let me know how it goes!
01-10-2019 09:38 AM
01-10-2019 09:46 AM
When I login to my Outlook on the web and do Discover Groups, I can search and find a couple of my groups but others do not show. I am wondering if the Groups that don't appear were setup incorrectly. When I look in the Admin of 365, all the Groups are setup as Office 365 group type. I did notice that the group aliases for the groups that do show up have a weird address that looks like this:
and the groups that do not show up do not have that
01-10-2019 09:53 AM
The groups that I cannot find were created in Teams and the groups that I can find were created in 365 Admin
01-10-2019 09:59 AMSolution
01-10-2019 10:04 AM
01-10-2019 10:05 AM
01-10-2019 12:09 PM
In Outlook if a message comes to the group, I want it to show up in the Inbox not under the Group in the Group tab on the left pane of Outlook. make sense? sorry if I am making this confusing
01-10-2019 12:12 PM
01-10-2019 12:15 PM
06-28-2019 11:34 AM
06-28-2019 12:02 PM
I opened a group that works in a browser, copied the URL and replaced the group name with the one that doesn't work. The two groups have different apps, which is most likely the problem. I don't know how to go about adding the missing apps though. Any suggestions? I'm guessing there's a PowerShell script I can use to create the connection or enable those apps (Mail, Calendar, and Files), but I haven't found anything yet.
04-17-2020 03:07 AM - edited 04-17-2020 03:09 AM
I am confused as some of my colleagues see the groups in Outlook 2016 and I am not.
Update: But the "cache" solution seems to have worked.