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how to renew the meeting links after migration in target tenant from source tenant as those meeting links are pointing to source tenant and users are not able to join meeting??

how to renew the meeting links after migration in target tenant from source tenant as those meeting links are pointing to source tenant and users are not able to join meeting?

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@VinodSurvase-1595,

Meeting Migration Service can be a good choice.

The Meeting Migration Service will update users’ existing meetings in the following scenarios:

  1. When a user is migrated from on-premises to the cloud.

  2. When an admin makes a change to the user’s audio conferencing settings

  3. When an online user is upgraded to Teams only, or when a user's mode in TeamsUpgradePolicy is set to SfBwithTeamsCollabAndMeetings

  4. When you use PowerShell

By default, MMS is automatically triggered in each of these cases.
Besides, The meeting migration service can't be used if any of the following apply:

  1. The user’s mailbox is hosted in Exchange on-premises.

  2. The user is being migrated from the cloud to Skype for Business Server on-premises.

Please pay attention to How MMS works in this article.


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Thanks for your reply @SharonZhao-MSFT , We have tenant to tenant migration so will this service help us to get the updated links or is there any other option we need to follow.

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@VinodSurvase-1595,

No, this service is just applied to the migration between Skype for Business on-premises and Microsoft Teams.

For migration between two tenants, it has no specific official document about this now.

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Thanks @SharonZhao-MSFT , we need to find something else then

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