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  1. Add CIS Benchmark for O365 & Azure to Compliance Manager Templates

    Please can you add the CIS Benchmark Template for O365 & Azure in the Compliance Manager.

    Thanks!

    5 votes
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    1 comment  ·  Compliance Manager  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  2. Retention Policy - Office 365 Groups - Separate Deletion settings for Exchange & SharePoint workload

    Retention Policies for Office 365 Groups currently treat all resources the same (i.e. Exchange and SharePoint). We need the ability to configure email items to delete after X years, but not delete documents stored on SharePoint.

    132 votes
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  3. Make sure that Exchange Online mailboxes are enabled for auditing

    The big problem with mailbox auditing – for both Exchange on-premises and Exchange Online – is that you must enable it for mailboxes to start recording audit events. If you do not enable auditing for a mailbox, Exchange assumes that you don’t care about what’s going on and captures nothing. When the time comes to search the Office 365 audit log, you get a big fat blank. Microsoft should either enable all EXO mailboxes for auditing or allow tenants to update mailbox plans to ensure that new mailboxes are enabled upon creation.

    463 votes
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    in the plans  ·  19 comments  ·  Auditing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  4. OneDrive for Business unable to perform delete folder directly caused by Retention Policy

    Dear Microsoft,

    OneDrive for Business is one of the useful tools for cloud storage whereby end user should be able to folders (even got files inside) easily even being applied with retention policy.

    Retention policy is suppose used on backend which not suppose to affect on OneDrive for Business usage. We are have 500 users getting impact on this. (and i assume all users having this issue as Microsoft support tested having this issue - "behaviour")

    I was informed by Microsoft that this is by default preservation policy design behaviour, which I think this is not consider design behavior anymore…

    695 votes
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  5. DMARC Aggregate Reports from O365 Domains

    Ability for Office 365 to send DMARC Aggregate reports when set in a monitoring policy to see which aouthorised\unauthorised senders are using my domain suffix... just like other vendors are already doing.

    3,496 votes
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    107 comments  ·  Spam & Phishing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  6. Allow Settings for Message Expiration Timeout Interval and NDR

    For some error codes related to sending mails, the senders may receive the NDR immediately. However, for some other error codes, the mail server marks the undeliverable messages as a temporary error and the senders doesn't immediately receive an NDR. Instead, Exchange Online repeatedly tries to deliver the message over two days. Only after two days of unsuccessful delivery attempts does the sender receive this NDR.

    For some time critical businesses this is not acceptable. The user has to be informed very quickly (<6 hours) that his Mail was not delivered by now. Then the user can phone the recipient…

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    53 comments  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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