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    1115 comments  ·  Office 365 Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I hate to say I disagree with any request, but I disagree with a notification email UNLESS it can be customized. There are SOOOOoooo many phishing emails out there that say your O365 password expired or something is wrong with your account. I tell my users, "MS never sends these notification emails so if you see any, you know it's a phish".

    I current use a PowerShell script (hat tip: Spiceworks) to pull expiry info and send a custom email from our on prem AD. I use Azure AD Connect to sync passwords from our on prem AD domain with O365. I realize this wont work for smaller companies without IT staff or companies that do not have on prem AD (though I think this script can run against Azure AD, too).

    Therefore, if we cannot customize the email notification from MS with our company logo or something, I suggest a drop down ribbon in Outlook and Outlook Online. The same way it tells you that there is a MS Upgrade with a button to click. A standard MS notification is too easy to phish.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I hate to say I disagree with any request, but I disagree with a notification email UNLESS it can be customized. There are SOOOOoooo many phishing emails out there that say your O365 password expired or something is wrong with your account. I tell my users, "MS never sends these notification emails so if you see any, you know it's a phish".

    I current use a PowerShell script (hat tip: Spiceworks) to pull expiry info and send a custom email from our on prem AD. I use Azure AD Connect to sync passwords from our on prem AD domain with O365. I realize this wont work for smaller companies without IT staff or companies that do not have on prem AD (though I think this script can run against Azure AD, too).

    Therefore, if we cannot customize the email notification from MS with our company logo or something, I suggest a drop down ribbon in Outlook and Outlook Online. The same way it tells you that there is a MS Upgrade with a button to click. A standard MS notification is too easy to phish.

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    262 comments  ·  Microsoft 365 Groups  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Office 365 Groups is completely useless for my users without Folders. We'll continue to use competitor offerings that actually suit user’s needs. The problem is that my users will not want to move away to Office 365 Groups once they get used to the competitor offerings. I can't believe the use of Folders is even a discussion. I hope this isn't another "Windows Phone" death; too little, too late.

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