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      Totally agree. This comment started in 2015 i think, and here we are in 2016 and of course Microsoft still refused to implement basic features that should be in a Messenger Client. Its out of control that a free product works far superior to a Business Product. Microsoft needs to Trash Lync (Skype for Business) and just merge the Free one with the Business One.

      This has to be one of the most voted items on here, and Microsoft is just turning a blind eye to it. So much for user feedback. What a joke.

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      This is a feature you already have working in a regular Free version of Skype. So why Microsoft drags there feet to just get the same feature working in Skype for Business is beyond me. Single History feature is a pretty basic 101 chat tool I thought. Facebook, google, any other chat tool all have this. Of course classic Microsoft found a way to over think it all.

      Also not a big fan that it stores all the history in Outlook. It should just store it the same way the other Skype does. Storing in Outlook just makes it yet another tool it has to rely on and bogs down the efficiency of loading up chats.

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      This is a feature you already have working in a regular Free version of Skype. So why Microsoft drags there feet to just get the same feature working in Skype for Business is beyond me. Single History feature is a pretty basic 101 chat tool I thought. Facebook, google, any other chat tool all have this. Of course classic Microsoft found a way to over think it all.

      Also not a big fan that it stores all the history in Outlook. It should just store it the same way the other Skype does. Storing in Outlook just makes it yet another tool it has to rely on and bogs down the efficiency of loading up chats.

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