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by Tom Arbuthnot

Microsoft Teams is a constantly evolving cloud product, with many new features being added over time. Microsoft added over 300 features between April 2020 and April 2021. The Teams web app is updated weekly. Teams desktop client updates are released every two weeks. Client updates usually happen quietly in the background. Not every update brings […]

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by João Ferreira

Long gone are the days where the voicemail was a recording machine with cassette tapes that you could listen in the machine itself or in any other cassette player. Despite being an old feature, it continues to be super useful, and Microsoft Teams has a modern version of the voicemail where you can access to all your messages from a central location but sadly it lacks the option to download the audio file for each message. A missing save option does not mean you cannot download the audio file; in this article you will find detailed instructions that will guide you through the download process for each message individually. Start by opening Microsoft Teams in the browser as you will need to access the developer tools to get the ID of the message. Once in Microsoft Teams go Calls and open your Voicemail. Make sure you do not expand the voicemail message you want to download. Press F12 to open the developer tools and click in the Network To better identify the recording is also recommended that you clear all the entries from the network pane. Both options are highlighted in the following image. With the developer tools open click to expand the voicemail you want to download. Voice mail messages are stored in Outlook in a hidden folder and Microsoft Teams will get the attached audio file to play it. From the network tab you must identify the attachments process and then from the Headers tab copy the message id as illustrated in the following animation. Open Microsoft Graph Explorer by accessing the following url Graph Explorer – Microsoft Graph. Authenticate in the tool with the same account you are using in Microsoft Teams. In the query text box type the following link followed by the message id you copied before from the browser developer tools. https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/me/messages/MESSAGE_ID Click Run query From the response preview look for the property weblink and copy its value. Open the Outlook link you just copied in a new browser tab. You will see the MP3 with the voicemail immediately, however the download option will […]
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by Adrian Valencia

Are you ready to dive into the Office 365 Security and Compliance Center for the first time? Here’s what you need to know before jumping in.

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by Lauren Goodwin

Red Canary Director of Intelligence Katie Nickels shares her thoughts on strategies, tools, and frameworks to build an effective threat intelligence team.
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by YammerTeam

In case you missed it….. we had a vibrant conversation with Microsoft Yammer MVPs, Amy Dolzine and Melanie Hohertz, and other customers on ways to build engagement in your Yammer networks. This was an …

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by Paul_Diamond

Want a second chance to perfect that family portrait? Need to adjust the colors on your sunset photo? Now you can with OneDrive’s new photo editing features. Starting today you can crop, rotate and adjust the light and color in your phot…

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by Mark Kashman

From your desktop to the cloud, we’ve got you covered. The design intent and integration boosts productivity with scale management in mind.
 
In this episode, Chris McNulty and I talk with Thomas Trombley (Senior program manager – W…

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by Habib Mankal

In this episode, the team gets an update from Microsoft Teams Compliance Recorder – Numonix CEO Michael Levy about

New updates to their solution
Updates to the Microsoft Teams API’s
Bot requirements for recording
Future of call recording

Ch…

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by SharePoint Maven

Security is probably on every Site Owner’s mind – and this totally makes sense. As a Site or Content Owner, I want to make sure my site is not just visually appealing and has the right content, but is also secure in terms of inadvertent deletions and data loss. In this post, I compiled a list of 15 settings/features that will help… keep reading >
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by Joseph Dadzie

Companies collaborate with hundreds of clients, partners, and vendors every day. Today’s organizations use many applications and devices, and managing digital identities for these guests increases the risk of security breaches. More than…

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