Inactive groups policy

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    Brian L. Thomas

    What happens with a group when the user ignores the email?

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    Kyle Gonyer

    @sharegate support...In addition to Brian's question above, is there a way to remove the option from a user to archive a site no longer needed and at the expiration time to your servers or the need for us to pay for extra azure space to hold? MS now holds in soft delete for 30 days with owner ability to restore (at least for Teams), Can we use apricot but not require an archive plan or additional service thereof? or can we use all your other entrusted owner features except inactive if we are already using the built in policy by MS for this?

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    Vic (Edited )

    Hi Brian,

    It's been a while, sorry for missing the comment. I added a note in the article to explain  what happens to unanswered email notifications with the app. Basically, another notification is sent and nothing is done to the group itself. You can review unanswered emails and reach out to the owners and you can archive or keep the group as you'd like.

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    Hi Kyle,

    There is no option to remove the inactive group policy for your entrusted owners, but you could set it to 999 days if you really wanted not to worry about that feature for a long while. That being said, we provide a free Azure storage solution for your archive by default. You can find the groups that have been archived and you can fully restore groups within 30 days of their archival (based on Microsoft's own offering).

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