Enable and disable Clutter from Admin Panel
We need to be able to administratively enable and disable Clutter and Clutter notifications.
Thank you for your responses. We appreciate that you’ve taken the time to provide us with feedback to help make our products better.
We’re actively working on significant improvements to the end user experience with the feature across Outlook clients. This includes improvements to the UX, the classification algorithms, and controls.
Today, admins have a Power-Shell cmdlet that allows them to control the Clutter feature on a per mailbox level. Details of this can be found here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt586787%28v=exchg.160%29.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396
Our decision to provide the cmdlet based control for Clutter was based on early feedback we received on the Clutter feature.
We will continue to improve the admin controls based on the continued feedback. Considering the responses on this forum, it would be helpful to better understand the gaps in the current admin control story. Do you believe the gap here is in not having a tenant level control or not having a graphical control in the admin portal or both?
Please keep the feedback coming. Thanks!”
Chris Bork commented
Now that it's been mandated that Clutter will be turned on by default, I want a way to change the default behavior of Clutter. Sure, it's nice that I can use Powershell to turn it off, one mailbox at a time, but it should be possible to just turn the feature off for all new mailboxes. I want users to be able to opt-in to this feature, not wonder and complain about where their email is going, and having to explain how to get them to opt-out.
Fred Stinger commented
My users are confused by the additional box and "missing email". And I do not appreciate Microsoft sending internal system level email to my end users without my company's permission!
Biagio Mazzucco commented
Complete USELESS! Why add yet another folder that needs to be checked. Google tried this too and I couldn't turn it off fast enough. Who at Microsoft gets the bill for all the support calls these warnings created for me?
Remember: Just because Google did it doesn't mean Microsoft has to do it.
Mary Bloodworth commented
This needs to happen ASAP. It contradicts everything Microsoft has taught about not contacting the users directly and not clicking "log in here" links.
Dave Bundus commented
I do not want my users receiving links in emails. Do not train them to click on links, and then enter their log in information.
THIS IS SO BAD!!!