141 votesAndrew Grant supported this idea ·Andrew Grant commented
Also broken for one of my users. 6/20/2019
58 votes3 comments · Office 365 Security & Compliance » Spam & Phishing · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Andrew Grant commented
I agree. While unlimited might be a bit much, 60 seems a bit low. This can already be done in part via transport rules (only allowing users with certain display names to send from inside the organization). Also, there should be a way to add multiple users to the impersonation policy easily. Had to write a script that would pull the users from get-mailbox and then manually filter from there to get this done in a reasonable amount of time.