Microsoft 365 Groups are still called Office 365 Groups in Exchange Admin Center.
To support the mental models of the users and admins there should be a uniform naming for the same group type across all Microsoft services.1 vote
the emails are being flagged as "<name>@***.com via <>@yyy.com" - don't want it so it doesn't include the "via yyy.com" part.19 votes
Exchange Online Company-wide Signature duplicate issue when appending.3 votes
Se solicita ampliar el campo de texto donde se incluye una explicación cuando se crea una regla de flujo de correo de rechazo
Se solicita ampliar el campo de texto donde se incluye una explicación cuando se establece rechazar el mensaje por medio de la creación de reglas de flujo, ya que solo permite hasta 128 caracteres, y muchas eces se necesita explicaciones más extensas por claridad a el usuario remitente.3 votes
We don't have the ability to change the display settings (colour, font etc.) on add-ins displayed via Exchange Admin Centre. If we could change the settings we could make the add-ins display better in Outlook.1 vote
While sending Message from External Domain, the sender was getting the bounce-back message from the O365 server, it showing like “Your message is too large to send. To send it, make the message smaller, for example, by removing attachments. The maximum message size that's allowed is 19 MB. This message is 23 MB.”
This bounce-back message is confusing the sender because the message size is 23MB, but the sender was trying to send 19MB Only.
Microsoft should give proper bounce back message to the sender with correct information to avoid the confusion.1 vote
We have the need to allow Outbound Auto forwarding to certain domains.
Al dough it is possible with transport rule it would be hive to have it in the Auto-forward option in the OUTBOUND SPAM policy settings.1 vote
I want to add records other than TXT records (CNAME etc).
This request is based on customer's voice.
【"onmicrosoft.com" の DNS レコード追加】
TXT レコード以外のレコード (CNAMEなど) も追加できるようにして欲しい。
We would like you to implement a feature that can log changed attributes such as CustomAttribute even if it is AD sync object.
It would be great if we could retrieve the log with a condition “Changed” so that we are able to check the value before/after the change.1 vote
We would like to know the IP address used for any Microsoft 365 service.10 votes
Currently, only one of the owners receives NDRs for emails sent from distribution groups, so please improve it to reach multiple users.
In addition, if you are the owner, you can edit the distribution group, so prepare a separate setting item to specify the recipient of the NDR.
配布グループから送信したメールに対する NDR は、現在のところ所有者の 1 名にしか配信されないため、複数名に届くよう改善してほしい。
また、所有者の場合配布グループを編集出来てしまうため、NDR の受信者を指定するための設定項目を別に用意してほしい。3 votes
If you try to set Floor on the properties of a Meeting Room you can only add numbers. Some Floors have some letters, like RC, or Rooftop. Can this property allow string and not only numbers?18 votes
As a method of processing transport rules, mails to different domains are forked as different mail and each mails are processed separately.
It would be better if there is an option to treat forked messages as one message and process transport rule.0 votes
For the result of bookinpolicy cmdlet, we would like to obtain results for multiple selected meeting rooms in bulk instead of all meeting rooms.9 votes
Please allow export rules in office 365 so that we can recover it in case anyone deletes it accidentaly.
Please allow export rules in office 365 so that we can recover it in case anyone deletes it accidentally.1 vote
admins should be able to manage(add/remove members) a security group by using the Exchange admin center
currently we encounter the issue described in this article https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/troubleshoot/groups/no-sufficient-permissions-moving-dg. but the solution there isn't really a great solution. why organization management group member or other kinds of admins can't manage the security group in EAC directly without being the manager of the group
. This design is not good. Please help improve1 vote
I would like to have a table grouping together the list of users and, for each of them, the storage space used by Onedrive and Exchange, as well as the total storage of each of these services.
This table would be accessible in one click from the user administration and / or sent by email monthly in CSV format1 vote
I recently set up a new mail flow rule in our Exchange (365) admin center to prepend a "warning" banner to the body of e-mail messages received from external senders. However, as with most changes made for the sake of security, there's been a bit of push-back ("it's annoying", etc.). Even so, in and amongst the standard complaints, there was actually an excellent point raised: If all external messages - which make up a significant majority of the e-mail communication that our users receive - are flagged with this warning, it will eventually become so ubiquitous that the users will simply start to ignore it (like those EULA's and Windows logon banners). The warning will no longer serve its intended purpose because the users have seen it in virtually every message they receive, including messages sent from those senders they know and trust.
Based on this feedback, I started looking into the exception options available for the Exchange mail flow rules. I see that there are a number of possibilities in there, including exceptions for explicitly defined senders, domains, and IP addresses; keywords; and even specific message properties. However, one thing that I've not found which I think would be extremely useful is to base the exception on some server-side whitelist.
Here, I'm talking about something separate from the "main" whitelist that prevents certain messages from being flagged as spam. My first thought was to try to use the recipient's "Safe Senders" list from the Outlook client, but there doesn't appear to be any "tie-in" I can find for that, so I decided to move on. Besides, as I thought more about it, I can see a fair number of potential dangers going that route.
Going back to the available options in the "New Rule" dialog, the only other thing I've been able to come up with as a possibility is for me to create a new Exchange group into which I (manually) enter any and all senders/domains that should be "whitelisted". I'm not totally against this as an option, but getting the list "right" will likely take some time. Also, perhaps I'm being dense, but I'm honestly not really sure how, exactly, to go about doing this effectively.
As I stated above, most of the e-mail communication with our company is from external senders, so any "whitelist" is likely to be fairly long. Additionally, I realize that such a list has the potential to inadvertently open things up to "spoofing" attacks or other possible dangers, so I'm trying to be thoughtful about how I would implement it to minimize those threats.
In my research, I came across a Microsoft article (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/security/office-365-security/create-safe-sender-lists-in-office-365?view=o365-worldwide) that includes what seems like at least a small part of the answer. One exception I can include is a check of the message headers for a valid sender authentication status of the sending email domain (dmarc=pass/dmarc=bestguesspass) to help ensure that the sending domain is not being spoofed.
As an alternative/addition (if it became necessary), I could also research the MX records of the sending domains manually and find the appropriate IP address(es) to set up an exception for those. Something like this could help to at least reduce the number of messages "flagged" with the warning banner.
However, the biggest "problem" I see with this is that the rules don't give you an option to choose between AND and OR conditions. For example, if I want a rule to explicitly check the sender against a whitelist of specific senders, domains, or IP addresses (depending on how I have to set it up, I imagine these could end up in three separate lists somewhere), then ALSO check the message headers, I'd need my exception rule to look something like this:
(Sender address in [address whitelist] OR Sender domain in [domain whitelist] OR Sender IP in [IP whitelist]) AND (Message header includes dmarc=pass OR Message header includes dmarc=bestguesspass)
I know I can create multiple rules for OR conditions but, IMO, there's a lot of room for improvement in these mail flow rule definitions.
(Question originally posted here - https://superuser.com/q/1568989/814039)
I recently set up a new mail flow rule in our Exchange (365) admin center to prepend a "warning" banner to the body of e-mail messages received from external senders. However, as with most changes made for the sake of security, there's been a bit of push-back ("it's annoying", etc.). Even so, in and amongst the standard complaints, there was actually an excellent point raised: If all external messages - which make up a significant majority of the e-mail communication that our users receive - are flagged with this warning, it will eventually become so ubiquitous that the users will…3 votes
OneDrive Folder wise size is not available for the Admins and huge OneDrive data is downloading partially
We can't able to see the Individual Folder size on OneDrive when accessing the folders as Admin and the Data is down loading partially when the data is more than 300 GB or like that1 vote
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