This issue was resolved with a recent update.
Completely agree, should be able to combine all the invoices into one single invoice or break them out based on your needs. It would be extremely helpful to accounts payable to be able to do this.
72 votes4 comments · Office 365 Security & Compliance » Message Encryption & Rights Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We plan on implementing this functionality, although we do not have any timelines to share at this stage.
This can be done right now. You create transport rules that do the following:
Create the first transport rule in Exchange Online Admin and call it something like ForceTLS. Then hit the More Options selection, select if message sent from inside the organization and then add another if rule to select if message sent to outside the organization. Then add another if statement that says sent to these domains. Then enter all your partner domains in the list. For action, select the Force TLS option and also add a second option to add a special message header for bypassing DLP (maybe do X-AlreadySecure and for data set to 1). Be sure to audit the transport rule, enable it, and move it to the top of the priority list. For any other transport rule that has DLP policies, be sure to add Except If and put in the header and data value you entered earlier. If you use DLP Policies within the Security and Compliance Center, be sure to edit these polices with Except If and then put in the header value you entered earlier. Now it will ONLY use TLS for those domains you know support TLS. It's manual, but it will work as you expect.
I respectfully ask that you please support this idea I submitted: https://office365.uservoice.com/forums/273493-office-365-admin/suggestions/38213971-require-tls-fallback-automatically-to-ome
This automates the process and doesn't require keeping track of domains.
Should you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to reach out or reply.
Even better would be to give instant feedback in the Outlook desktop, mobile, and web app for all domains being emailed as to whether TLS is supported or not. For users who use SMTP, an instant NDR would be needed so both methods should be supported.
210 votes9 comments · Office 365 Security & Compliance » Message Encryption & Rights Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We announced at Ignite that we are actively working on bringing dynamic plus aliases to Office 365.
To get around existing usage, the plan is for an opt-in setting. Our ETA is to have this available for all customers by the third quarter of 2020.
I will keep you updated in Uservoice on our progress.
We have heard the feedback and we’ve added it to our upcoming investments. While we do not have a date for this yet, we hope to be able to provide one soon. Thank you for the continued feedback.