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How can we improve compliance or protect your users better in Office 365?

Allow for adjusting the link expiration time for an OME v2 encrypted message.

Currently it appears set at 2 months. Would like to see ability to increase/decrease. Maybe max 1 year? Not sure the exact max needed, it would likely change by customer needs/retention policy.

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  • Christian commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    As a health care entity we would love to have the ability to modify the expiration date of encrypted emails. We are required to encrypt certain emails and also required to hold them for up to 7 years at times. That means that we are having to transfer that information into a word document or email that we can then save.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This absolutely needed. Even if you applied your own Azure RMS Template thru an EOP rule, it expires after 60 days. Users of email are generally pilers (don't have time to download the delivered content) and don't realize they only have 60 days to retrieve the data. We should have the ability to remove expiration or to set it. Why does Microsoft assume that everyone wants the encrypted content to expire after 60 days?

  • Joakim Plate commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Just ran into the same issue for GDPR compliance of payslips. 2 month's retention is too short.

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