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Exchange Online / Teams – You can now chat directly from Outlook on the Web

If you are using Outlook on the Web (aka OWA or Outlook Web Access), you probably noticed when you could start/continue a Teams chat using the chat button available top right of OWA. But it is launching another page to use Teams on the web, making you leaving OWA. Well, good news as now you […]

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Exchange Online – You can now preserve declined meetings

There is always time when you have to decline meeting request. When declining meeting request, the corresponding entry in your calendar is off course deleted. The problem is when there is changes which make you want to change your answer but because the meeting has been deleted, it is no longer in your calendar and

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Outlook Web Access – Meeting participants time-zone notification

It is not always easy to schedule meeting with people on different time zone as you can’t easily identify their local time or even know if they are on a different time zone. Well, good news as now you will get notified when meeting participants are on a different time zone and then using the

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Outlook – You can now schedule sending emails on Outlook Mobile for Android

NOTE this functionality is already available on Outlook Mobile for iOS If you use Outlook Mobile on Android devices, you can now schedule when the message will be sent. To do so, open the ellipsis menu (the 3 dots) on the left side of the Send button Then choose Schedule Send and pick a time

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Exchange – You can now define work hours locations

With hybrid work increasing, you can now define your work hours location using Outlook Web Access (aka Outlook on the Web). To do so, connect to your mailbox using OWA (https://outlook.office.com/) to access the Outlook Settings from the gear menu Then access the Calendar\Work hours and location blade You can add up to 3 different

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Exchange Online – New cmdlet to help investigate transport and DLP rules

Troubleshooting transport or DLP rules is sometime a tricky thing. Exchange administrator can now use a new cmdlet – Test-Message – to investigate why transport rule did not trigger or work as expected. Test-Message –Sender <sender email address – can be external> –Recipients <recipient email address – can be external> –SendReportTo <report recipient email address>

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Outlook Mobile – You can now easily access and manage your contacts

This was a functionality missing on Outlook mobile: easy access and management of your contacts. Well, good news, Outlook Mobile has been updated and is now allowing you to easily access and manage your contacts. You may not notice it at first because this functionality is a little bit hidden. After opening Outlook mobile open

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Exchange Online – You can now manage the message expiration timeout

As you know, when sending a message using Exchange or Exchange Online, there is a timeout when the system is not able to deliver the message before sender receive the Non Delivery Report (NDR). This timeout is to 24 hours by default and it was not possible to change it; well, until now. You can

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Exchange Online – ReportJunkEmailEnabled is being deprecated

As you Exchange and Exchange Online have a mailbox policy parameter to allow reporting junk email (ReportJunkEmailEnabled – see https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/exchange/set-owamailboxpolicy?view=exchange-ps#-reportjunkemailenabled). In addition of this parameter, you also have the Report message add-in (see https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/security/office-365-security/enable-the-report-message-add-in?view=o365-worldwide) which allows to report junk/phishing emails or false positive. Well, starting November 25, 2022 (expected to be completed by December 10,

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Exchange Online – You can now customize sender and subject for quarantine notification

If you use Exchange Online Protection for your email hygiene, you know that you can notify your end-users when emails have been put in quarantine. This is notification is sent using a generic Microsoft email address (quarantine@messaging.microsoft.com) and subject (Microsoft 365 security: You have messages in quarantine). Well, go news as you can now customize

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