Release from quarantine and safe list the sender in one click

I recently found a new option you can select when releasing a message from the quarantine. While this option isn’t brand new, I’m not sure when it was added, and so wanted to share for visibility. The TechNet article that references this option is dated from June of this year, so I’m guessing it was…

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Easily tell which transport rules a message triggered

Hello fellow traveller, come sit with me by the fire, there is plenty of room. You look to be weak from your travels, I have plenty of rations that I will gladly share with you. I have many stories from my own travels that I would love to share. Wait…, you want to know about…

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Behavior Change When Setting the SCL with a Transport Rule

With my coffee currently in one hand, it would be very useful if I could type with only my other hand. Alas I cannot, so I’ll be typing this article with both hands while my coffee waits for me. With none of this at all being relevant to this blog, let’s dig in to this…

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Quarantine and PowerShell

The EOP online quarantine is a wonderful feature that can be easily managed through the Office 365 Portal. However, if you are looking for more functionality and flexibility with quarantine management, you’ll need to turn to PowerShell. Before I begin I have a quick disclaimer. The PowerShell scripts in this article are not official, nor…

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Verifying ESN Delivery

So, you have decided to use the Exchange Online Protection (EOP) quarantine and have enabled End user Spam Notifications (ESN). Great choice! Now, after a couple of days have passed, you are wondering if everything is working as it should. How can you verify that ESNs are being delivered to your users? That is a great…

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Prevent DLs From Receiving ESNs

I’m often asked how to prevent an End user Spam Notification (abbreviated as ESN from this point on) from being sent to a distribution list (abbreviated as DL from this point on). Before getting to the answer, let’s start off with some background information on ESNs to see why this question comes up in the…

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