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Turn on This Setting to View Full Chat Thread via Teams Search

Turn on This Setting to View Full Chat Thread via Teams Search

As we know, it is impossible to view the entire chat conversation using Teams’ message search feature when the chat is older than 14 days. You will only see those specific messages for what you have searched. To spare you from this barrier, Microsoft enhanced the Teams search functionality in a way to view the entire conversation thread after clicking the specific message in search results.    The updated search experience is currently available in public preview for the Teams…

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Manage Delegate Access Control on Protected Emails in Outlook using PowerShell 

Manage Delegate Access Control on Protected Emails in Outlook using PowerShell 

Microsoft 365 provides an option to control access on protected emails, such as emails protected by MIP sensitivity labels or RMS protected emails for delegates and shared mailbox members.   Delegate Access Control on Protected Emails – How it Started?   Even though the feature exists already, it has a few inconsistencies. When a delegate has full access to the mailbox, the delegate can access encrypted emails based on the Outlook client they are using.    Delegate access: Delegates can view encrypted emails…

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Manage Orphan groups in ease with Group Ownership Governance Policy

Manage Orphan groups in ease with Group Ownership Governance Policy

Managing the Office 365 groups and Teams has always been a painstaking task. What if there is no one to manage them? If Microsoft Teams owner left the company or the owner’s account was deleted or disabled, it becomes an ownerless team. These are called Orphaned Teams/Groups. Then, how will you manage ownerless groups effectively?  No Owner, No Management:  An ownerless group can function, and members can still collaborate, but the lack of an owner means that:  No one will be responsible…

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Microsoft 365: The new Opt-out Setting to Disable Plus Addressing in Exchange Online  

Microsoft 365: The new Opt-out Setting to Disable Plus Addressing in Exchange Online  

Plus Addressing allows users to create custom email address by adding plus (+) sign and suffix to their standard email address. For example,  Standard email address: [email protected]  Plus Addresses: [email protected], [email protected]  When the emails are sent to Plus Addresses, the emails are delivered to the standard email address.    How Plus Addressing Introduced in Microsoft 365?   In Sep 2021, Microsoft introduced Plus Addressing in Exchange Online as an opt-in option. The organizations can enable plus address by setting the ‘AllowPlusAddressInRecipients‘ property…

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Opt-in to the Exchange Online Endpoint for Legacy TLS Clients using SMTP Auth 

Opt-in to the Exchange Online Endpoint for Legacy TLS Clients using SMTP Auth 

We all know that Exchange online ended support for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 in 2020 to meet the security and compliance requirements. However, Microsoft still allows clients to use legacy TLS versions to connect with Exchange Online.  In 2022, Microsoft has planned to completely disable older TLS versions in Exchange Online to improve security. If your organization still uses clients that aren’t compatible with TLS 1.2, then the new opt-in endpoint can be set to use the previous versions…

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