Update an Office 365 group.
|Id||Unique identifier for the group.||String||TRUE|
|Allow External Senders||
Indicates if people external to the organization can send messages to the group. Default value is
This field must be updated individually - cannot update other fields in conjunction with Allow External Senders. The error message:
|Auto Subscribe New Members||
Indicates if new members added to the group will be auto-subscribed to receive email notifications. You can set this property in a PATCH request for the group; do not set it in the initial POST request that creates the group. Default value is
This field must be updated individually - cannot update other fields in conjunction with Auto Subscribe New Members. The error message:
|Description||Optional. Description for the group.||String||FALSE|
|Display Name||Display name for the group. This property is required when a group is created and cannot be cleared during updates.||String||FALSE|
|Mail Enabled||true: the group is mail-enabled. false: the group is not mail-enabled.||Boolean||FALSE|
Mail alias for the group, unique in the organization. This property must be specified when a group is created.
This field must not contain a space.
|Security Enabled||Specifies whether the group has security enabled. Only Office 365 groups can create/update this property.||Boolean||FALSE|
|Visibility||Specifies the visibility of an Office 365 group. See group visibility options.||Dropdown||FALSE|
|Public||Anyone can join the group without needing owner permission. Anyone can view the contents of the group.||String||FALSE|
|Private||Owner permission is needed to join the group. Non-members cannot view the contents of the group.||String||FALSE|
|Hiddenmembership||Owner permission is needed to join the group. Non-members cannot view the contents of the group. Non-members cannot see the members of the group. Administrators (global, company, user, and helpdesk) can view the membership of the group. The group appears in the global address book (GAL).||String||FALSE|
|Status Code||Result of the operation. The HTTP status code is returned by the connector and indicates whether the action taken by the card succeeded or failed. For example:
For a full list of possible status codes, see HTTP status codes.