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cannot change the COS on a mailbox "Subscriber updates not allowed in Restricted Mode Lic Statu

cannot change the COS on a mailbox "Subscriber updates not allowed in Restricted Mode Lic Statu

cannot change the COS on a mailbox "Subscriber updates not allowed in Restricted Mode Lic Statu

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We have exceeded our licensing for Mainstream licensing (MSG_VALUE_SEAT_MAINSTREAM) which is tied to a specific COS.

I thought I could edit the mailboxes with the Mainstream licensing and flip them to a COS with basic licensing (MSG_VALUE_SEAT_BASIC).

However I cannot change the COS on a mailbox because
“Subscriber updates are not allowed in Restricted Mode License Status”

And if I open the COS, I don’t know where to change the license type for that COS.
It’s like chicken meets egg inside a Catch-22 inside a lobster trap.

I tried cleaning up any stale mailboxes but that didn't get me below the licensing threshold for Mainstream.

Thanks for any direction here.

Joe

RE: cannot change the COS on a mailbox "Subscriber updates not allowed in Restricted Mode Lic Statu

Mainstream is required for

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