Enable the classification, labeling and protection of additional Outlook Items
Add the ability to perform CLP on calendar items and other items like tasks and notes
Keith Adley commented
This has been in here since 2017 and "Under review" for a year. Without classification, labeling and protection of calendar items AIP is only half a product. This MUST be addressed and soon.
We also want to classify invites
AIP really needs this feature, please provide it.
James Robertson commented
Yeah - we want this ability too, thanks!
aiman mufti commented
This will close the current gap for data classification and data leakage prevention. it will be great if Microsoft release it at earliest.
Yes! Please update this feature!
There are a particular need for use on meeting invites
Nickson Easow commented
ption to do AIP label for calendar events
Ron Manns commented
Definitely necessary for meeting invitations, which can serve as official records in some cases. They certainly establish a historical event record which can be shared and accessed.
Jeffrey Kalfut commented
Would love to see DNF for meeting invites.
Justin Reading commented
This request relates to any emails sent in relation to Appointments, Meetings, Groups, Contacts and Tasks.
This request DOES NOT relate to the existing request for protection of calendar items (in the Calendar): https://msip.uservoice.com/forums/600097-azure-information-protection/suggestions/19602361-enable-the-classification-labeling-and-protection
Building on Anonymous's comments - all use cases for organizational meetings should be accounted for - including admin delegation. Also there should be feature parity between Exchange online and on-prem.
The assumption with this request is the various aspects of the integrity of an outlook meeting are retained:
1. Users not part of the distribution cannot see the content of the meeting:
1.b meeting time/location
1.c meeting attachments
2. Users may be assigned permissions that make sense in the context of meetings
2.a users may or may not be able to modify the meeting
2.b users may or may not be able to forward, copy, or alter the meeting
3. Visibility to meetings content is kept to a minimum. for example, even exposing the title to those without permissions, "we're selling the company" is a risk.
Trevor Lift commented
We want this, but also lock it down so people cannot forward the meeting notice. Thereby folks can't be added without going to the meeting owner