For years I've been using Business Contact Manager with Outlook. After upgrading to Outlook to 2016 I'm told via a pop-up box AFTER launching the program for the first time that BCM is no longer compatible. Note, I'm not warned about this until AFTER the upgrade. Now I'm stuck without the ability to roll back to Outlook 2013. How about warning users BEFORE upgrading or make BCM work with the current version of Outlook?219 votes
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Can you please confirm if by SMTP Relay, you are referring to the SMTP AUTH client submission protocol that uses the endpoint smtp.office365.com? We use the term SMTP relaying to refer to messages relayed via Office 365 using an inbound on-premises connector.
It would be very compelling if at "least" on all Microsoft properties 2 way encryption would not only possible but enabled by default and seamless to the user.
For those where it would not be possible at least allow for the outbound to be sent encrypted if the Microsoft Customer so chose.
This would at least be a step in the right direction regarding Encrypted emails.1 vote
Which encryption are you requesting here? Is this about encryption at the server level (TLS), or S/MIME, or Office Message Encryption, or…? Microsoft mail services all use opportunistic TLS by default.
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