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    30 comments  ·  Office 365 Business Center  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Nick Kershner commented  · 

    Kinda surprised no MS Rep comment yet. I know this is the second one of these I've voted for today, but there are other posts just above the number of votes here (at the time of writing this) that are almost in dev.

    @Microsoft - SERIOUS problem. Many commenters here are 100% correct.

    What can we do to help?

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    13 comments  ·  Office 365 Admin » Exchange Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Nick Kershner commented  · 

    My $.02
    Currently, emails are blasted to users, users with admin privileges, billing administrators, and eventually all users and their secondary emails. These are usually billing emails, but sometimes other emails are blasted out.

    I am an MSP, I manage a lot of 365 accounts. Many of them full service, as in no one from the client organization is even aware of a 365 Admin section. Trial expiration notices get emailed to them non-stop for weeks, even if they've added licenses. They panic and it causes us to explain that "Microsoft just does this and we can't stop it" repeatedly, per client.

    First, a notification panel for Partner Admin would be unbelievably incredible. Just giving us the options to disable it for client emails and only email our NOCs.

    Second, a Notification Admin Panel per client, so if they do want notifications but not to the entire org, that would be amazing.

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