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    17 comments  ·  Office 365 Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Joost Groot commented  · 

    Microsoft promotes security but when Outlook.com is not using DNSSEC. Is it realy so secure?
    Come on Microsoft. This items should atleast be on the roadmap.

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    Joost Groot commented  · 

    Microsoft promotes security but when Outlook.com is not using DNSSEC. Is it realy so secure?
    Come on Microsoft. This items should atleast be on the roadmap.

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    Joost Groot commented  · 

    Why isn't something so simple not implemented on the Office365 account addresses. AAAA record for all existing A records should be mandatory.

    More and more governements and semi-governement businesses will require ISP's to user AAAA an A at the same time. So when this is not available it can mean the serviceprovicer and anyone that is selling stuff for that serviceprovider wil be set aside as a parner. Does Microsoft realy think this is the best step?

    IPv6 is nothing new and nothing weird. I can understand it's hard to implement in Azure services, but not in a simple exchange server setup where the servers already are using IPv6, just missing the AAAA records to use them.

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