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When you have another service scanning in front of Office 365, the proper thing to do is disable the Office 365 scanning altogether and (optionally) respect the verdict from the prior system. Once you do that, even with the SPF header, the mails will not go to the users’ junk folders.
An error occurred while saving the commentRobin Frousheger commented
Yep, we trialed ATP and almost immediately bought a competing product. This was a *very* big factor in the decision. We currently have 150+ whitelisted URLs, including many wildcard domains/etc and have to add more each day. (e.g. "one click" action URLs, trusted partner/subsidiary, and so on).
We’re considering how this could be implemented across the group identity.
Thanks for the feedback. We’re addressing this feedback by promoting the ability to manage group membership into Active Directory. In the near future, an admin can identify a security group that includes the users allowed to create Office 365 Groups form all endpoints. Then you can manage the membership in that security group as any other security group in your organization.
Note that the initial configuration to identify the group will be done in powershell.
We’ve completed work to hide groups from Outlook (GAL, left nav, and name resolution) that were created as a result of a new Team in Microsoft Teams. Additional Groups can also be hidden using the HiddenFromExchangeClientsEnabled flag. We’re now evaluating if there are additional scenarios that need to be supported.
Thanks for the feedback on this item. Azure Premium currently encompasses a broad array of features that span directory management for the entire organization.
To change the email address of the group, follow the best answer here: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_o365admin-mso_exchon-mso_o365b/how-to-add-an-email-alias-to-an-o365-group/79d94383-442a-4e3a-ac62-4ff1ea8af962.
We’re working on renaming the Team Site. Stay tuned.
Thanks for your feedback. We are currently thinking about this. Can you please let us know what scenarios your organization uses shared mailboxes for and what options do you use. This will help us.
You can now use a dot in the email alias. We are working on providing the ability to edit the email address of a group after creation.
For the ability to edit the email addresses, we now have the following roadmap item: https://products.office.com/en-US/business/office-365-roadmap?filters=&freeformsearch=27891&featureid=27891
Thanks for this request. We are rolling out the links to planner boards for groups in Outlook desktop from the group card, so that should help get to the planner task list.
This request seems to be asking for the Outlook desktop tasks list to also show planner tasks. Can you help us understand the use cases and details on the actions you expect to perform with planner tasks in Outlook?