I would love to see an option that would allow me to backup a copy of all the EOP rules that I have created for inbound, outbound, spam rules. We are a very large school system so we have a lot of specific rules for domains, IP address ranges and key words.2 votes
You can use PowerShell to export (and import) all rules. Let us know if this is not sufficient. See: https://technet.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/bfdb6ced-cd81-49f1-a929-4d76dbaf5590(EXCHG.160).aspx
Once ruleset are configured and the policy is running the background files should always be labeled using the configured rulesets. Currently when a user manually selects a label that selection is final and even the policy running in the background cannot change that.
If a business is configuring a ruleset then that should prevail every time sensitive content is detected.1 vote
Most customers have expressed that this is not desired behavior, can you explain the scenario further?
Create a label for automatic classification, add the label to a label policy, but prevent end users from manually selecting that label or hide the label from end user view.
In order for an automatic label to function it has to be added to a label policy, but this, in turn, allows end users to manually select this label. This creates a gap because it is logged as an automatically labeled file/email which is to be believed that it was labeled automatically based on a ruleset.1 vote
Can you explain the impact of this scenario further?
- Don't see your idea?