How to use Exchange Online mail flow rules to improve the effectiveness of your EOP spam filtering and protect Office 365 users from phishing attacks.
A recent increase in email spoofing false positives causing legitimate email to go to Outlook junk folders can be explained by a change in Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection.
Microsoft has improved the phishing and impersonation detection capabilities of Exchange Online Protection and Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection with anti-phishing policies.
As Microsoft invests in development of the Security and Compliance Center, some inconsistencies and annoyances have crept in to Exchange Online Protection administration.
How to use PowerShell to reset an Exchange Online Protection malware filter policy back to the default settings.