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  2. 32 votes
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    Brian Hampson commented  · 

    Same in the current protection.office.com/quarantine

    Why can't we search senders using wildcards? We're in 2020 now! Not still in the 80's Search should be able to handle this simple task.

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    Three years on and we're STILL burning DNS lookups :(

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    Brian Hampson commented  · 

    Further to that.... Perhaps an alert to "rate of inbox rule changes" has increased. Some machine learning ability being put to use. It takes over 12 hours to scan an organization of 15000 mailboxes for inbox rules that have name that is "suspicious" Internally, this could be tracked and alerted upon much more efficiently.

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    The Junk Email Reporting Add-in is our current solution for Outlook users. You can get the download for it, and learn more here:
    https://technet.microsoft.com/library/jj723127(v=exchg.150).aspx
    We do absolutely triage these submissions and use them to improve EOP.

    If you aren’t using Outlook, simply create a new mail to junk [AT] office365.microsoft.com and attach the entire message, including headers (see https://technet.microsoft.com/library/jj723151(v=exchg.150).aspx). We are looking at better reporting options for Mac and mobile users. What might be helpful here is commenting with which applications you use most.

    Administrators can also now go to http://aka.ms/FixSpam and troubleshoot their users’ most persistent spam issues.

    If you continue having difficulties, we recommend a support ticket to investigate current samples. It is frequently the case that a simple configuration issue is to blame — and support can help you figure this out.

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