Despite making a commitment to generate MailItemsAccessed events for customers with Microsoft Purview Audit (Standard) licenses in July 2023, Microsoft won't ship the necessary updates until June 2024.
Most think that the safe senders list does not override the anti-spam policies configured in Exchange Online, but the opposite is true. In this blog, we discuss how this happens and how to fix it with PowerShell.
While most organizations operate a single Microsoft 365 tenant, there are cases where multiple tenants need to work very closely together. In this article, Sean McAvinue explains five ways to make the cross-tenant collaboration experience easier for end users and when to use each.
Microsoft 365 user accounts have user principal names (for sign in) and primary SMTP addresses (to receive email). Is it a good idea to reuse user principal names or SMTP addresses that become available when an employee leaves the organization. It might seem like a good idea, but it's really not and should be avoided. We explain why here.
On this episode of the Practical 365 podcast, Rich and Paul talk about Microsoft 365 Copilot GA, The Experts Conference, Microsoft Ignite being sold out, and Exchange Web Services retiring soon.
At the TEC 2023 conference in Atlanta, Greg Taylor (Microsoft) analyzed the four-year project he led to remove basic authentication from Exchange Online. Microsoft will reuse the methods and tools developed for this project when it removes other features from Microsoft 365.
A Multi-Forest Hybrid Exchange scenario is complicated and requires extensive planning. In this article, we discuss some good practices to help organizations prepare for a Hybrid Exchange Online sim in a multi-forest environment, including collapsing the ERF to create a simplified environment.
In this blog, Becky Cross reviews some key Takeaways and next steps from the recent TEC Talk: What to Do About Exchange On-Premises After Microsoft Starts to Block Messages.
Microsoft 365 makes it easy for administrators to get mail activity usage data for users. However, if you want to know which domains are sending most mail, you need to do some work. In this article, we cover how to use cmdlets from the Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK to create reports about user mail activity over time and the traffic sent by different domains.
From mid-August 2023, Exchange Online will enforce the action defined in the sender DMARC policy for inbound messages detected as spoof (by spoof intelligence). Tenants have the chance to amend their anti-phishing policy to decide what to do with these messages. I favor an outright rejection.