Month: May 2021

Azure AD – You can now use GPS coordinates for better accuracy on Named Location

As you know, you can configure Named Location on Azure AD for use with Conditional Access either based on public IP address or country. Well, when using the country based location, the real location is not always as accurate as it should. Good news, you can now use GPS coordinates to gain better accuracy when …

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OneDrive – You can now have a look at the health of your OneDrive client fleet

As you know, OneDrive client is used to synchronize your content stored on SharePoint Online, OneDrive user’s space or Teams files. You also know that OneDrive client (should) self update itself to keep up with the updated version. Well, the self update capability is not always working (quite rare but still happening) and there was …

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Intune – You can now use filters to apply policies, applications or profiles on devices

As you know, Intune (aka Endpoint Configuration Manager) is a device management solution allowing you to apply configuration profiles, policies or deploy application on devices. These assignment are done using device groups – usually dynamic ones to target specific OS, enrollment type or manufacturer. Well, while these dynamic groups are quite useful they may be …

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Outlook – External sender can now be flagged

As you know, Exchange administrators have been able to flag external sender for few weeks already (see https://t.co/144cAWA42F) but this was applicable only to Outlook mobile.Well, good news, if you have already configured it for your Outlook mobile users, this also now applies to Outlook client, including Outlook Web Access (aka OWA, aka Outlook on …

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Office 365 – Administrators can now review and manage end-users feedbacks

As you know, Microsoft products provided with Office 365 (Office 365 administration portals and mobile apps, Office clients [including mobile]…) have a feature to provide feedbacks from end-users. If you have configured the policy to allow end-users to provide feedbacks (see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/admin/manage/manage-feedback-ms-org?view=o365-worldwide#configure-policies), Office 365 administrators can now review and manage these feedbacks. This applies only …

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Outlook Mobile – It is now easier to identify your accounts

If you have multiple mail accounts in your Outlook mobile (both on iOS and Android), it is now easier to identify these accounts. If the company has configured Azure AD Branding, your accounts in Outlook mobile will now show the company logo instead of the Office 365 logo or a single letter based on the …

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Exchange Online – You can now send as an alias when using Outlook Web Access

This has been a long awaited feature, the capability to send as a mailbox alias. Well, it is not quite fully there as this feature is limited to Outlook Web Access (aka OWA, aka Outlook on the Web); you can now send as a mailbox alias when using Outlook mobile or Outlook clients. This feature …

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Office 365 – You can add your organization logo to the Safe Links notification page

As you know, Office 365 provide quite a lot of security feature, one of them – called Safe Links – rewrite URL’s written in Office documents, emails or Teams message. Well, you can add your organization logo on notification and warning pages when suspicious links have been detected and clicked on. To do so, you …

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