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Exchange Online Protection (EOP) Best Practices and Recommendations

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Yes. I said it.

Someone needed to put a line in the sand and today, that person is me.  I’m going to say these are some best practices.

But of course, your mileage may vary, depending on your type of organization (users at a local bank or city government will have different threats presented to them than an engineering firm with international customers, for example). … [ Continue reading ]

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ATP: Safe Attachments, Safe Links, and Anti-Phishing Policies or “All the policies you can shake a stick at”

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With the advent of scammers, spammers, phishers, and other types of baddies, and the complementary rise in anti-malware, anti-spam, domain and sender verification techniques, we’re in a perpetual cat-and-mouse game.  I’ve had several customers over the past few weeks ask me about best practices for configuring some of the Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) features.… [ Continue reading ]

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Wipe-ExchangeOnlineMailbox has moved!

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Just a quick post today–I’ve re-published my Wipe-ExchangeOnlineMailbox script to the PowerShell gallery.

Hopefully, this helps everyone who continues to want to use this script.  Good luck!

And, if you accidentally delete too much stuff, be sure to check out my post about recovering from self-inflicted wounds: Using Restore-RecoverableItems, or “how I saved my own bacon”

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What happens when an Office 365 customer doesn’t point to EOP as their MX?

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I get asked this question quite frequently–usually by customers who want to continue using their existing on-premises antispam or antimalware gateway or want to attempt to implement a defense-in-depth strategy.

The graph and intelligence behind Exchange Online Protection (EOP) processes at least half a trillion (500,000,000,000) messages a month–the AI behind it is continually monitoring and learning what is spam and what is not. … [ Continue reading ]

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Cross-tenant Collaboration with Connected Organizations and Azure AD Entitlements!

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Connected Organizations
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Recently, I had a customer ask how to help enable their Office 365 tenants to collaborate more easily.  Currently, the problem they face is generating invitations to an ever-growing and ever-changing list of recipients across tenants. … [ Continue reading ]

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New Year, New Skills

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Happy New Year, everyone!

I’m super excited to be part of of my publisher’s #NewYearNewSkills initiative.  If you’ve been curious about how to get software to help you do less of the less important stuff so you can do more of the more important stuff but weren’t sure where to start, my book “Workflow Automation with Microsoft Power Automate” is a great place to start! … [ Continue reading ]

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Milestone!

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Kind of excited to see the stats counter on my blog roll over this week, topping 1 million visits in the past year and a half since migrating from the TechNet blog platform!

Thank you for joining me! … [ Continue reading ]

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