Send Office 365 Password Expiry Reminder Email Notification
Office 365 as of right now doesn't have a feature that enables users to get notified if their passwords are on the verge of getting expired. I know there's a notification that appears, but our organization needs the email notifications. If you guys can help us out it would really appreciated.
- Mobile users need an email notification or pop-up.
- Send multiple emails e.g. 2 weeks before expiry and 2 days before
Please add this capability - Many users access Office365 email by Smartphone only.
Very important feature. Please add it asap.
Suzanne Mastaw commented
This is critical for me! I have users all over, many of whom are doctors and have things change mid-shift, and they can't access important information. Most users don't access their office 365 account through the portal, they only use it through the apps on their phones and workstations.
Can we please a way to send a system generated email to users about when their Office 365 password is going to expire?
PLEASE implement this feature request. The Outlook for Mac 2016 client does not reliably notify our users that their Office 365 password are expiring.
Shabad Chawla commented
Frequently, when we get reports from users that they can't access their Office 365 account, this is because their password has expired.
Our user base use a variety of methods to access Office 365 including exclusively on mobile devices, Mac Mail, etc.
We really need to see a standardised alert mechanism so that users on ALL devices receive a warning that their password is due to expire.
It seems that the simplest way to do this would be to email the user directly, say 7 days before their password expires.
This is a solutions that most cloud platforms offer out of the box sort of speak. This needs to be added ASAP.
@Greg- The AD PowerShell script works great for on premise and hybrid environments. This also assumes there is one in place.
This is something that needs to be implemented because it would help not only the large but the small customers as well.
Greg Weiss commented
The current workaround is a PowerShell script that might not be appropriate for large enterprise environments. This needs to be a baked-in feature.
This would be helpful.
Immortal Myrddin commented
It's difficult to believe that this wasn't a part of the original release. I mean, most users are going to be using a client, not the OWA, so they'll never even see the notification.
Please add this feature.
Ian Hoeffler commented
Get it done MS.
Jayme Dunlop commented
There currently doesn't seem to be a way to know that your password is about to expire from desktop outlook.
Agreed. The message should go out as email as well, and preferably more than once.
Agree. This seems like a pretty basic feature
Javed Makandar commented
We need Email Notification emails on Password Expiry before 14 days and before 2 days. So Users can get alert twice about Password expiry from Microsoft. It will help users to proactively change the password before it gets expire. Thanks.
Mobile users can't be alert that the password is expiring after 90 days. How about email alert warning them about password change?
Adam Glick commented
It's pretty mind boggling that Office 365 can't send an email reminder for password resets. This would be a huge help. Please make it so!
Add a function that allows 0365 users to get an alert via email that their password is about to expire. Many of my users use MAC's or 3rd party email clients and they have no idea when their password expires and they don't get an alert.