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    Kevin commented  · 

    Not sure what changed or when, but this seems to be available now. I've tested in Chrome and Edge on a Windows 10 machine, and can drag attachments from Outlook to SharePoint and OneDrive libraries.

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    Why is Edge the only browser that allows this?

    Will the update of Edge to Chromium break this functionality?

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    Kevin commented  · 

    I have stumbled upon this issue recently as well. The problem with the answer given here, and nearly everywhere else since 2015, is that no one addresses the possible non-compliance with licensing terms this presents to companies.

    Just because Microsoft is not blocking unlicensed users access to SharePoint Online doesn't mean they should be granted access to it. It may still be the company's responsibility to block unlicensed-user access to SharePoint by using permission groups other than "Everyone" or "Everyone except external users". No one addresses this possible licensing compliance issue.

    If a company continues to allow internal unlicensed users access to SharePoint, does it make that company non-compliant to licensing terms and possibly responsible for non-compliance fees during a Microsoft true-up/audit? What are the licensing compliance implications here?

    It sounds to me that these internal users should not be accessing SharePoint without a license, but it is up to companies to enforce this since Microsoft is not enforcing it as they should. If companies don't take the responsibility and enforce it themselves, then Microsoft could potentially fine the company for non-compliance.

    However, this is just my speculation since I can't find any official documentation or comments from Microsoft that would confirm or deny the licensing compliance issues that this may cause.

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    How does this not have more votes?

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    Providing a consistent user experience across M365 that continues to function as expected is a very complex problem which we have been validating in a Private Preview Program.

    The good news is that we are once again able to accept additional nominations into the Private Preview. If you would like to nominate yourself you can do so at https://aka.ms/SPOTenantRenameNomination. Please note that a nomination does not necessarily mean that you will be accepted. We are reviewing these on a case by case basis and will only be in contact if accepted.

    For more information about renaming your SharePoint domain including the current limitations and process visit https://aka.ms/SPOTenantRename.

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