Current logic in supervision policies is "and" logic. If you add more than one condition, all must be met. This means searching emails for a list of terms requires 2 policies - one for the message body and one for attachments. If looking for a specific list of works/phrases, it would make sense to look in BOTH locations - which requires OR logic as currently set.10 votes
Recommend using a custom sensitive information type in Communication Compliance.
Make Supervision Policies a standard feature for Education A1 subscriptions. I think this would be a unique and powerful selling point for Office 365 in schools, especially with the latest Offensive Language intelligent filter7 votes
Thank you for the feedback. Now that Communication Compliance is available, we recommend you pursue adding the E5 Compliance add-on to access this feature set.
I would like to exclude bulk mail from email supervision policies. Would it be possible to use some properties in the email header for policy conditions? In our initial testing, we're getting a large amount of newsletters and other bulk content.7 votes
Recommend using the domain exclusion property within a Communication Compliance policy.
The Supervisory add in within webmail is broken since the latest updates were done. The add-in was a really good feature that allowed compliance admins to perform supervision via webmail in case there are more then one supervision rules. The outlook version doesn't work better then the webmail version as it requires to create a new profile per supervision rule. Doesnt suit in case an organization has many supervision rules. Would really hope if this could be fixed soon.1 vote
Recommend using the new Communication Compliance experience via the M365 Compliance Center.
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