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When you create a Teams or Office 365 group, you automatically create a distribution list in Exchange before adding users. When you create mail-enabled security groups, it’s the opposite: You create your group before adding users. Then, you associate this group either with Teams or with a SharePoint. It depends on your governance. If users have the right to create Teams, there is no need to create mail-enabled security groups. However, if you want the information system manage the Teams creation and to assign users, use mail-enabled security groups.
We must look at this question in a global way. If the same team (with some variants) always manages several projects, it’s better to use one team and several channels. Bear in mind that you can hide the channels as soon as the project is completed. On the contrary, if on the projects’ contributors are different, it’s better to use several teams with few channels. Please note that you can hide or archive your teams when your project is completed.