Just recently what i used to confirm if a Office 365 Group was Teams enabled or not was this one-liner:
Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -Identity TestGroup -IncludeOldestAndNewestItems -FolderScope ConversationHistory | Select-Object FolderType
If there was a conversation history foldertype of TeamChat, the group was Teams enabled.
I got a question from one of my blog readers if there was another way to check this?
He asked this because my groups check was not working anymore. It had worked a couple of weeks ago. What had changed?
I tested by creating a new Office 365 group. What i found was that the group contained the conversation history foldertype TeamChat without beeing Teams enabled. I even checked groups in my Office 365 Tennant that was over a year since they had been created. These also cotained the TeamChat folder type.
It now looks like Microsoft for some reason are pre-preparing Groups for Teams.
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