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Cloud Services Thread, Office 365 in Technical; Originally Posted by CyBeRkId2002 Does having an EES agreement give you access to any of the litigation hold/extended recovery features ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CyBeRkId2002 View Post
    Does having an EES agreement give you access to any of the litigation hold/extended recovery features or are the exchange online plans entirely different?
    Office 365 plans are separate (although they can be added to an EES agreement). If you want archiving and litigation hold, etc. in Exchange Online then you'll need an Exchange Online licence (i.e. Exchange Online Plan 2, Plan A3, Plan A4, etc.).

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    Cheers for the reply James... much appreciated!

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