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Hello Sean,I currently have an Exchange Online E1 plan and i was trying to figure out what are the exact restrictions and advantages i will have if i change my plan to office 365 business essentials.Both have 50gb mailboxes / free teams (up to a limit) / free online versions of ms office.The O365 BE has as extra the 1TB onedrive for business / SharePoint / and yammer and limit to 300users.The price difference is fine if we gain a 1TB onedrive for business.But our concerns is what do we loose except limitation to 300 users?! Is there other administrative limitations? Ex policies restrictions in shared mailboxes or so?




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This page is stating that that you can assign up to 20 licenses at a time to your users from the licenses page. Yes, these licenses must be purchased and are not free. If you need to add more than 20 users at once, you should use PowerShell following the instructions here: -us/office365/enterprise/powershell/assign-licenses-to-user-accounts-with-office-365-powershell


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