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    Scott W commented  · 

    ${Item.Label} is useful when using other languages. We have some sub-labels where we just want the parent label, i.e. "parent" not "parent / child". Either ${Item.ParentLabel} or ${Item.Label(something)} whatever makes sense. This would complete language support.

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    Scott W commented  · 

    Hi Bart. I’d like to share what we are doing, as it might help you.

    I understand the need; we have a department that fills forms that cannot be marked.

    We broke out our ‘Public’ label into two sub-labels: ‘Visible label’ and ‘Non-visible label’. Obviously, the ‘Visible label’ label has the appropriate Public marking and the ‘Non-visible label’ has no marking. After selecting a label it looks nice and clear for our users in the classification bar, for example: “Information Classification: Public \ Visible label”.

    This might not work for you, but I thought I would share as it has worked out very well for us.

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    Scott W commented  · 

    This could be merged with "Enable keyboard shortcuts to set a label". Also, I agree with this, I want to be able to do everything with shortcuts. The mouse is a scourge on efficiency.

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    Scott W commented  · 

    Thanks for creating this request Emma.

    Our users are also inconvenienced with this since we enabled mandatory classification. Hopefully Microsoft will have the Mail Merge document classification carry over to the messages. Would this also be your ideal behavior?

    It may be a peculiarity of being at our current patch level or other factors, but I found a work-around (which is also a security hole!) that may assist you in the interim.

    I created a Word test document and found that I am only prompted to classify the messages when I select HTML as the mail format. Using the plain text or attachment options does not prompt. In both of these cases, the messages are sent without classification.

    This will work for us for now because our only control that is using the classifications at the moment is applied with mail flow rules, which are triggered based on either the message or any attachments.

    I would be interested to know whether or not it works elsewhere.

    As much as I would like the work-around to be closed, hopefully this requested feature is implemented first!

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