Enable "SensitiveType" Compliance searches in Exchange Online/User Mailboxes
Our compliance officer sometimes needs IT to run a search for Credit Card numbers in our Billing Team's mailbox to ensure they aren't getting stored there.
Office 365 has a "SensitiveType" tag that apparently can be used for performing searches against SharePoint Online & OneDrive.
It would be very useful if this functionality could be extended to Exchange Online.
According to the following article:
Introducing Compliance Search in Office 365
It seems like these search tags should already be available but when I try to use them I get an error.
Please Enable the "SensitiveType" searh ability to Exchange Online.
Please add this functionality.
Kevin Warner commented
It would be incredibly helpful to have this feature.
Had this been addressed and resolved? June 11, 2019
Justin Long commented
We need something to search email for PII. Even if Sensitive Data types is not available, pattern matching or regular expressions would be insanely helpful
Povl H. Pedersen commented
Allow this or regex.
eDiscovery searching today is way too limited.
Having to export all mails to flat files, and using Powershell / bash to search is way too complicated. Enterprise customers are not stupid. They can write RegEx or get assistance from someone who can.
Yes, please add this functionality!!
PLEASE MAKE THIS HAPPEN! THIS IS A MUST-HAVE FEATURE!
When can this be implemented. This is really URGENT! Hope Microsoft will make it available as soon as possible.
WTH ?? Microsoft, I need to get / stay compliant. Doesn't MS think that being able to EASILY search emails for PCI violations (Card Numbers, SS#) would be beneficial, so that we could discover, and mitigate?
PLEASE assign this a HIGH priority and make it happen.
Astonished that this is still not implemented.
Brajesh Panda commented
Please add this feature..
This is a desperately needed feature for us!
why don't we have this function?