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It looks like it is not possible to store the M365 backups to a cloud repository as S3 or Wasabi.

Or did I miss something?

The thought storing the M365 data on-premise is different as some competitors and a nice option.

But the time has come where hybrid worlds and cloud-to-cloud "backups" make sense.

Is a cloud repository for M365 in the pipeline?

I don't think the workaround storing M365 data to a local windows repo and making an additional "backup" of that repo to the cloud is a good idea... 🫡

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15 hours ago, raymond.tuleweit said:

It looks like it is not possible to store the M365 backups to a cloud repository as S3 or Wasabi.

Or did I miss something?

The thought storing the M365 data on-premise is different as some competitors and a nice option.

But the time has come where hybrid worlds and cloud-to-cloud "backups" make sense.

Is a cloud repository for M365 in the pipeline?

I don't think the workaround storing M365 data to a local windows repo and making an additional "backup" of that repo to the cloud is a good idea... 🫡

@raymond.tuleweit Thank you for bringing up the topic. We're working on adding cloud support for Microsoft 365 backups, allowing storage in cloud repositories like S3 or Wasabi. This feature is planned for release in the near future. Stay tuned for updates and thank you for your feedback!

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