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      Thank you for the feedback. Most of the comments here reflect a desire to be able to LOWER the recipient limit for a specific user. This is something we will consider as priorities allow. If you’re voting or commenting — we would be curious if this is driven more by account compromises or just user behavior (e.g., don’t have permissions to send to the DL, so the user just expands the DL)?

      For issues with compromised accounts, we want you to be aware that we take this issue seriously and have been working on that problem from many angles. That said, we believe that limiting the number of recipients per email will not stop or even slow the bad guys significantly. Instead, we encourage you to visit https://securescore.office.com/ and implement best practices to protect your organization.

      For any comments regarding other issues with limits or throttling (e.g., increasing a limit),…

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          Mike Mason commented  · 

          Microsoft just announced a change to their anti-spoofing so that it's available to everyone instead of just E5, which is great, however I would like to know, was the question about the possibility of other O365 tenants automatically being trusted more in the spam filter also answered? All incoming email regardless of where from should be treated the same.

          Mike Mason commented  · 

          This is a huge problem for us. We just migrated a couple customers to O365 and spam has increased dramatically. They all look like O365 emails. I'm afraid to even implement more things like OneDrive because they get OneDrive looking spam too. The Barracuda beforehand blocked most of it before they were on local Exchange servers, but now even with the spam filter set to VERY on our customers are getting this stuff hardcore. As someone else commented below forwarding these emails to GMail gets them flagged right away.

          Now we look terrible to the customer and I'm soured even more on Microsoft stuff.

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