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    Thank you for taking the time to submit this feedback. Since there are multiple pieces and layers of feedback in this single post, it makes it more difficult than many to address. First, let us share a little about what we’ve been doing. Since this post was made, we have prioritized performance and reliability improvements for both Message Trace (inside 7 days) and Historical Search (typically outside of 7 days). We’ve added details to Message Trace that weren’t there before, decreasing the need to run Historical Searches inside of 7 days. For Historical Search, we have improved the results to be more clear for those who are not familiar with the Exchange Message Tracking log format. Additionally, while we get the total value of Message Trace, we’ve also prioritized reducing the constant need to search & destroy. We’ve made tremendous strides in effectiveness, even as the bad guys got more…

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    Scott Moore commented  · 

    Looks like Subject based searches has been added to SCC\Threat Management\Explorer, but this requires E5 licensing. As I noted over a year ago, this should be a fundamental functionality of Message Trace and should not require elevated licensing in order perform this action. Whether it is added to the Message Trace in EAC or the Explorer in SCC is available to all O365 customers regardless of licensing, that doesn't matter, just the basic ability to search by subject is what matters.

    Also, I have to agree with other here that >7 day old search performance is in no way improved. This takes FAR too long.

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    The ability to perform message traces in the EAC GUI by Subject as John noted is a fundamental requirement. Also, the ability to search by sender domain in the GUI should be a fundamental requirement.

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