How is this related to "Office 365 Security & Compliance" and not a Office 2016 somewhere else instead?
77 votes5 comments · Office 365 Security & Compliance » Message Trace · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Why not look up the mesageID of the message from the headers and use that to search?
Or, you could also use the Content Search feature in Security and Compliance Center, though I think that was released since the posting of this suggestion
94 votes9 comments · Office 365 Security & Compliance » Spam & Phishing · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
If you have a third party spam filtering service, and do not want to allow messages that haven't gone through it, You could make a connector to redirect messages with no headers for the filtering service to the spam filtering service, to be filtered.
Or, alternatively, just add a transport rule that anything received from somewhere other than the spam filtering service gets rejected
84 votes10 comments · Office 365 Security & Compliance » Spam & Phishing · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
The Junk Email Reporting Add-in is our current solution for Outlook users. You can get the download for it, and learn more here:
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.
Since this response was a whiiiile back now, The Message Reporting Add-In (Links to article in MS Response) not support basically all current versions of Outlook, and Outlook Web Access, and Outlook Mobile.
You can use Centralized Deployment in O365 to push it out to all of your mailboxes quite easily, and use the advice in "get a copy" area on that page to have the builtin button notify your security or administration team as needed (Say for Phishing Reports, though ZAP (Zero-Hour Auto Purge) will often purge those shortly after reporting anyway.
Why are people complaining about spam detection in here? this is a forum for suggestions, not a place to whine about poor quality. Take that to your forums or reddit or wherever.
96 votes4 comments · Office 365 Security & Compliance » DLP & Transport Rules · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
I am curious, why not just create an inbox rule on the mailbox to respond?
Or use Vacation Responder/Auto Response, though maybe I'm mistaken and that will only respond once per conversation.
123 votes6 comments · Office 365 Security & Compliance » Advanced Security Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
This is available in the Exchange Online Hybrid Module. Even if your organization is not setup for hybrid.
Go to Outlook.office365.com/ecp -> Hybrid on the left side -> Hybrid Module to install the clickonce Module
Then you can Connect-IPPSession and use ADAL prompts to do 2FA
An alternative for those looking at this consideration.
I will often do a content search, preview it in S&C Center, run an export of it to a Single PST, and open that in my Outlook.
Then I often prefer to hop over to powershell and run a purge action on the results
Alternatively, look into the Search-Mailbox function, though it is deprecated, it has this capability
168 votes13 comments · Office 365 Security & Compliance » Advanced Security Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
This can be closed, as it is currently supported