Teams Add-in Folder is missing and we cant schedule Teams meeting from Outlook

IBN 4,341 Reputation points


Please I need your help on this issue.

We have a user who Teams Add-in is missing on Outlook.

On checking when we tick the box for Microsoft Add-in and close outlook. Going back to check again it unchecked by itself and the Teams Add-in does not show up.


I also notice that this Teams Add-in folder is missing


How do i reinstall the Teams Add-in folder so that the user can schedule teams meeting from Outlook.

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  1. Rafael da Rocha 5,076 Reputation points


    Have you checked if this user has the same teams policy applied as other users that can use the feature?

    Also, here's a resource dedicated to the add-in that lists requirements/functionality and also links to troubleshoot guidance:

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  2. Kael Yao-MSFT 37,571 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @IBN

    Can the affected user create a Teams meeting in OWA?
    If not either, please check if he has a meeting policy assigned which disables Outlook add-in.

    Here is also a thread which discusses the similar issue.
    Please check the suggestions in this link and see if it can help with this issue: Outlook keeps disabling the Teams Plug-in

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