I have been working to try and identify messages being sent to our Inbound connector without TLS. This issue has been highlighted to me by looking at the Connector Report in the Security and Compliance area.
Due to the volume of messages that our inbound connector receives, this has been a very laborious process.
It would be useful if the alert could link to a report which lists the specific messages being sent to the inbound connector without TLS.3 votes
Allow users to submit links for known malicious sites that can be flagged as such by ATP SafeLinks.
After a recent phishing message that included a malicious link that was not flagged as such by SafeLinks, I opened a Premier case and sent the link, and Premier sent it on to engineering. A couple hours later it was blocked by Safe Links.
There has to be a faster/more direct way to get malicious URLs blocked by SafeLinks!58 votes
ability to delete emails in the quarantined queue that were reviewed and are irrelevant . this will make it easier to check the queue over time instead of waiting for the messages to expire.463 votes
Thank you for the feedback. Although we don’t have a timeframe in mind to share yet, this is something we would like to prioritize.
Junkmail filtering has been a constant pain point for me with O365 business and Outlook. The spam filters have an awfully high number of false positives, and only rarely capture real spam (I don't get much on these accounts). Most of the mail that gets filtered is from the same set of senders even though I constantly tell Outlook that these messages are not Junk. O365 needs to leverage this data to improve filtering reliability.85 votes
The Junk Email Reporting Add-in is our current solution for Outlook users. You can get the download for it, and learn more here:
We do absolutely triage these submissions and use them to improve EOP.
If you aren’t using Outlook, simply create a new mail to junk [AT] office365.microsoft.com and attach the entire message, including headers (see https://technet.microsoft.com/library/jj723151(v=exchg.150).aspx). We are looking at better reporting options for Mac and mobile users. What might be helpful here is commenting with which applications you use most.
Administrators can also now go to http://aka.ms/FixSpam and troubleshoot their users’ most persistent spam issues.
If you continue having difficulties, we recommend a support ticket to investigate current samples. It is frequently the case that a simple configuration issue is to blame — and support can help you figure this out.
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