MC455895 – (Updated) Microsoft Purview Data Lifecycle Management: Support for Microsoft Teams call data records (archived)

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check before: 2022-11-19

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Microsoft 365 Apps, Microsoft 365 suite, Purview Communication Compliance, Teams

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Updated November 10, 2022: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your patience.
Microsoft Teams call data records (CDR) are system-generated messages that contain metadata for meetings and calls - for example, who joined and when they joined. Previously, this type of content was not managed by retention policies for Teams.
We now are pleased to include support for these types of messages. CDRs will now be retained and deleted by your already-existing retention polices for Microsoft Teams that target individual chats. This includes CDRs that are generated in channel meetings. Currently, this behavior will only apply to CDRs that were generated from September 21, 2022. Call data records generated prior to this date are not yet supported by retention policies, however we are working to add this by mid-2023 and will notify you via Message Center once these are supported.

[When this will happen:]
This improvement to support retention policies is rolling out now and will include all Teams call data records generated from September 21, 2022, onwards.

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Created:
2022-11-05

updated:
2022-11-11

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2022-11-11MC MessagesMicrosoft Teams call data records (CDR) are system-generated messages that contain metadata for meetings and calls - for example, who joined and when they joined. Previously, this type of content was not managed by retention policies for Teams (user chats, standard channels, shared channels, and private channel user messages).
We now are pleased to include support for these types of messages. CDRs will now be retained and deleted by your already-existing retention polices for Microsoft Teams. Currently, this behavior will only apply to CDRs that were generated from September 21, 2022. Call data records generated prior to this date are not yet supported by retention policies, however we are working to add this by mid-2023 and will notify you via Message Center once these are supported.

[When this will happen:]
This improvement to support retention policies is rolling out now and will include all Teams call data records generated from September 21, 2022, onwards.
Updated November 10, 2022: We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your patience.
Microsoft Teams call data records (CDR) are system-generated messages that contain metadata for meetings and calls - for example, who joined and when they joined. Previously, this type of content was not managed by retention policies for Teams.
We now are pleased to include support for these types of messages. CDRs will now be retained and deleted by your already-existing retention polices for Microsoft Teams that target individual chats. This includes CDRs that are generated in channel meetings. Currently, this behavior will only apply to CDRs that were generated from September 21, 2022. Call data records generated prior to this date are not yet supported by retention policies, however we are working to add this by mid-2023 and will notify you via Message Center once these are supported.

[When this will happen:]
This improvement to support retention policies is rolling out now and will include all Teams call data records generated from September 21, 2022, onwards.
2022-11-11MC TitleMicrosoft Purview Data Lifecycle Management: Support for Microsoft Teams call data records(Updated) Microsoft Purview Data Lifecycle Management: Support for Microsoft Teams call data records
2022-11-11MC How AffectTeams CDRs will now be managed per the rules specified in your Teams user chat and Teams channel messages retention policies. This inclusion happens automatically, no changes are required to your configuration.
Please note that Teams call data records generated from meetings in private channels (different from messages in private channel conversations) will be managed by the “Teams chat” messages policies. CDRs for meetings held in standard channels or shared channels will be managed by the policies configured for “Teams channel messages”.
Teams CDRs will now be managed per the rules specified in your Teams user chat retention policies. This inclusion happens automatically, no changes are required to your configuration.
Please note that Teams call data records generated from meetings in channels (different from messages in channel conversations) will be managed by the “Teams chat” messages policies.
2022-11-11MC Last Updated11/05/2022 00:19:242022-11-10T21:59:44Z
2022-11-11MC MessageTagNamesNew feature, Admin impactUpdated message, New feature, Admin impact

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