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Alf-Ivar Holm

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    Alf-Ivar Holm commented  · 

    By the way, the filtering I'm looking for, if unclear in my first commnet, is Recipient domain. I assume though that that should be easy to implement when support for Policy Tip with Sender domain filtering is implemented.

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    Alf-Ivar Holm commented  · 

    In Exchange Online DLP there is another option: "Recipient is located ..." "in an external non-partner organization", but trying to use that gives the error message "ExternalNonPartner is not valid for data center environment.", so that can't be used either. Using domains and/or unique email addresses is anyway more flexible, as different rules can use different lists of partners for exclusion. (Note: there are now 49 conditions that are not supported when using Policy Tip, 1 is mandatory ("The message ..." "contains any of these type of sensitive information"), and 5 are supported, but optional.)

    I would also like to see this implemented for Unified DLP, not only Exchange DLP; as far as I can see, the only option now for Unified DLP is to trigger on either inside or outside the organisation. I would therefore like to see some of the other conditions ported to Unified DLP as well, even though I see that some of them may be covered if document attributes is used - i.e. that FCI is implemented.

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