For the owners of Office 365 Tenants that still have active the public website, Microsoft has send a reminder notice that the public website will be deleted on March 31, 2018.

You can still migrate if you have the site.

Reminder: @31 March the SharePoint Public Websites will be deleted, please read here to migrate your content as soon as possible.

MIGRATE SHAREPOINT PUBLIC WEBSITE TO WORDPRESS ON AZURE WITH SQL http://www.nuno-silva.net/blog/post/10723/migrate-sharepoint-public-website-to-wordpress-on-azure-with-sql


The bellow mail was received by Tenant Admins.


Organization: NUNO SILVA
REMINDER: SharePoint Online Public Websites are going away

 

Major update: Announcement
Applied to: Customers with active SharePoint Online Public Websites

 

 

As we have been communicating over the past three years, new Office 365 subscription plans no longer include the SharePoint Online public website feature, and existing websites will be deleted.

You are receiving this message because our reporting indicates your organization has a public website, which appears to have an active online presence.

[How does this affect me?]
On March 31, 2018, your public website will be deleted. People inside and outside your organization will no longer have access to the public website.

[What do I need to do to prepare for this change?]
Before March 31, 2018, you should make a backup copy of all your public website content, images, pages and files, so you don’t lose them permanently.

Alternative public website solutions from industry leaders are available. To learn more about these alternatives, see the link below.

Please click Additional Information to learn more.

Please Migrate the data: MIGRATE SHAREPOINT PUBLIC WEBSITE TO WORDPRESS ON AZURE WITH SQL http://www.nuno-silva.net/blog/post/10723/migrate-sharepoint-public-website-to-wordpress-on-azure-with-sql


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