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    I agree. With all the worries of spam and malware, we need the ability to track if recipients are opening encrypted email. In addition, we need to be able to see content that has expired after 60 days. We need reporting metrics that are easy to export to excel so we can setup easily.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This is an absolute necessity. There are so many companies that own multiple entities which each require separate branding. Office 365 easily handles mail routing for multiple domain names. However, is it the expectation from Microsoft that to separate branding for companies, we need to setup different O365 tenants to handle the different branding? Also, there should be more ability for the branding. Recipients of email are paranoid to open these emails because of all the scams out there. There needs to be more options and flexibility to brand the content to a level that the recipient would trust the content to open it. Kudos to Microsoft on the enhancements from to OME v2 from v1. OME v1 and the concept of downloading the msg and opening it, created lots of raised eyebrows to trust the content.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This absolutely needed. Even if you applied your own Azure RMS Template thru an EOP rule, it expires after 60 days. Users of email are generally pilers (don't have time to download the delivered content) and don't realize they only have 60 days to retrieve the data. We should have the ability to remove expiration or to set it. Why does Microsoft assume that everyone wants the encrypted content to expire after 60 days?

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