When configuring the journaling feature it is currently required to use a deliverable email address as the destination.
When journaling to an internal server it would be more convenient to specify a specific IP address for delivery.
For us, we want to use an internal server to archive all of our mail, but we don't want to have to configure DNS to do so.
My previous filter provider had ClickProtect and I worked VERY WELL. Here's a description:
ClickProtect leverages GTI® Web Reputation to safeguard against web addresses that link to malware and phishing sites. Each web address is evaluated when the message is scanned in the cloud ("scan-time") and later, when the user clicks on the web address ("click-time").3 votes
Check out SafeLinks, available as part of EOP Advanced Threat Protection:
Integrate the supervision policy when your are a reviewer to outlook for a user friendly place to monitor supervised emails. Add in alerts for these policy's in a range of severity and importance. Having to login to the 365 security portal to check the policy is too time wasting and sometimes forgotten by admins3 votes
We recommend using the new Communication Compliance web experience.
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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