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MC711335 – (Updated) Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Quarantine End User Allow and Block list management

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*For this entry exists the more relevant or more recent entry MC718246

check before: 2024-02-14

Product:

Defender, Defender for Office 365, Defender XDR, Exchange

Platform:

Online, US Instances, Web, World tenant

Status:

Launched

Change type:

Admin impact, Feature update, Updated message, User impact

Details:

Summary:
Microsoft Defender for Office 365 is updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online. The update will allow end users to block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. The rollout will begin late April 2024 and expect to complete by late June 2024. No action is needed to prepare for this change.

Details:
Updated June 27, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
In Microsoft Defender for Office 365, we are updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 380185.
[When this will happen:]
Worldwide: We will begin rolling out late April 2024 (previously late March) and expect to complete by mid-June 2024 (previously mid-May).
GCC, GCC High and DoD: We will begin rolling out mid-Mary 2024 (previously late April) and expect to complete by late June 2024 (previously mid-June).

Change Category:
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Scope:
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Release Phase:
General Availability

Created:
2024-01-31

updated:
2024-06-28

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DatePropertyoldnew
2024-06-28MC MessagesUpdated May 24, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
In Microsoft Defender for Office 365, we are updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 380185.
[When this will happen:]
Worldwide: We will begin rolling out late April 2024 (previously late March) and expect to complete by mid-June 2024 (previously mid-May).
GCC, GCC High and DoD: We will begin rolling out mid-Mary 2024 (previously late April) and expect to complete by mid-June 2024 (previously late May).
Updated June 27, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
In Microsoft Defender for Office 365, we are updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 380185.
[When this will happen:]
Worldwide: We will begin rolling out late April 2024 (previously late March) and expect to complete by mid-June 2024 (previously mid-May).
GCC, GCC High and DoD: We will begin rolling out mid-Mary 2024 (previously late April) and expect to complete by late June 2024 (previously mid-June).
2024-06-28MC Last Updated05/24/2024 22:55:182024-06-28T01:40:30Z
2024-06-28MC SummaryMicrosoft Defender for Office 365 is updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online. The update will allow end users to block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. The rollout will begin late April 2024 and expect to complete by mid-June 2024. No action is needed to prepare for this change.Microsoft Defender for Office 365 is updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online. The update will allow end users to block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. The rollout will begin late April 2024 and expect to complete by late June 2024. No action is needed to prepare for this change.
2024-05-25MC MessagesUpdated March 15, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
In Microsoft Defender for Office 365, we are updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 380185.
[When this will happen:]
Worldwide: We will begin rolling out late April 2024 (previously late March) and expect to complete by mid-May 2024 (previously late April).
GCC, GCC High and DoD: We will begin rolling out mid-Mary 2024 (previously late April) and expect to complete by late May 2024 (previously mid-May).
Updated May 24, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
In Microsoft Defender for Office 365, we are updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 380185.
[When this will happen:]
Worldwide: We will begin rolling out late April 2024 (previously late March) and expect to complete by mid-June 2024 (previously mid-May).
GCC, GCC High and DoD: We will begin rolling out mid-Mary 2024 (previously late April) and expect to complete by mid-June 2024 (previously late May).
2024-05-25MC How AffectWith one click, end users will block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. If no admin overrides exist, end users will also be able to allow emails from trusted senders and prevent future emails from those senders from going into quarantine. End users can now review admin any override reasons that lead to quarantined emails.
Figure 1: Allow sender action:

Figure 2: Review admin Override reason:



Figure 3: Undo Block sender:


Figure 4: Allow sender in Quarantine policy:


Figure 5: Block sender action eliminated from default Quarantine policies:


Figure 6: How to include or exclude messages from blocked sender in Quarantine notification:

Figure 7: Quarantined messages from blocked senders are excluded from Quarantine view by default
With one click, end users will block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. If no admin overrides exist, end users will also be able to allow emails from trusted senders and prevent future emails from those senders from going into quarantine. End users can now review admin any override reasons that lead to quarantined emails.
Figure 1: Allow sender action:


Figure 2: Review admin Override reason:



Figure 3: Undo Block sender:


Figure 4: Allow sender in Quarantine policy:


Figure 5: Block sender action eliminated from default Quarantine policies:


Figure 6: How to include or exclude messages from blocked sender in Quarantine notification:

Figure 7: Quarantined messages from blocked senders are excluded from Quarantine view by default
2024-05-25MC Last Updated03/15/2024 23:11:242024-05-24T22:55:18Z
2024-05-25MC End Time07/01/2024 09:00:002024-07-29T09:00:00Z
2024-05-25MC SummaryMicrosoft Defender for Office 365 is updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online. The update will allow end users to block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. The rollout will begin late April 2024 and expect to complete by mid-May 2024 worldwide. No action is needed to prepare for this change.Microsoft Defender for Office 365 is updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online. The update will allow end users to block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. The rollout will begin late April 2024 and expect to complete by mid-June 2024. No action is needed to prepare for this change.
2024-03-16MC MessagesUpdated March 1, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
In Microsoft Defender for Office 365, we are updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 380185.
[When this will happen:]
Standard Release, GCC, and GCC High: We will begin rolling out late March 2024 (previously mid-February) and expect to complete by late April 2024 (previously mid-March).
DoD: We will begin rolling out late April 2024 (previously mid-March) and expect to complete by mid-May 2024 (previously mid-April).
Updated March 15, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
In Microsoft Defender for Office 365, we are updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 380185.
[When this will happen:]
Worldwide: We will begin rolling out late April 2024 (previously late March) and expect to complete by mid-May 2024 (previously late April).
GCC, GCC High and DoD: We will begin rolling out mid-Mary 2024 (previously late April) and expect to complete by late May 2024 (previously mid-May).
2024-03-16MC How AffectWith one click, end users will block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. If no admin overrides exist, end users will also be able to allow emails from trusted senders and prevent future emails from those senders from going into quarantine. End users can now review admin any override reasons that lead to quarantined emails.
Figure 1: Allow sender action:


Figure 2: Review admin Override reason:



Figure 3: Undo Block sender:


Figure 4: Allow sender in Quarantine policy:


Figure 5: Block sender action eliminated from default Quarantine policies:


Figure 6: How to include or exclude messages from blocked sender in Quarantine notification:

Figure 7: Quarantined messages from blocked senders are excluded from Quarantine view by default
With one click, end users will block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. If no admin overrides exist, end users will also be able to allow emails from trusted senders and prevent future emails from those senders from going into quarantine. End users can now review admin any override reasons that lead to quarantined emails.
Figure 1: Allow sender action:

Figure 2: Review admin Override reason:



Figure 3: Undo Block sender:


Figure 4: Allow sender in Quarantine policy:


Figure 5: Block sender action eliminated from default Quarantine policies:


Figure 6: How to include or exclude messages from blocked sender in Quarantine notification:

Figure 7: Quarantined messages from blocked senders are excluded from Quarantine view by default
2024-03-16MC Last Updated03/02/2024 00:14:042024-03-15T23:11:24Z
2024-03-16MC SummaryMicrosoft Defender for Office 365 is updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online. End users can now block emails from unwanted senders and allow emails from trusted senders. The rollout will begin in late March 2024 for Standard Release, GCC, and GCC High, and late April 2024 for DoD. No action is needed to prepare for this change.Microsoft Defender for Office 365 is updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online. The update will allow end users to block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. The rollout will begin late April 2024 and expect to complete by mid-May 2024 worldwide. No action is needed to prepare for this change.
2024-03-02MC MessageTagNamesFeature update, User impact, Admin impactUpdated message, Feature update, User impact, Admin impact
2024-03-02MC SummaryMicrosoft Defender for Office 365 is updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online. End users can now block emails from unwanted senders and allow emails from trusted senders. The rollout will begin in late March 2024 for Standard Release, GCC, and GCC High, and late April 2024 for DoD. No action is needed to prepare for this change.
2024-03-02MC Last Updated01/31/2024 00:50:332024-03-02T00:14:04Z
2024-03-02MC MessagesIn Microsoft Defender for Office 365, we are updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 380185.
[When this will happen:]
Standard Release, GCC, and GCC High: We will begin rolling out mid-Feb 2024 and expect to complete by mid-March 2024.
DoD: We will begin rolling out mid-March 2024 and expect to complete by mid-April 2024.
Updated March 1, 2024: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
In Microsoft Defender for Office 365, we are updating the way end users allow and block emails in Exchange Online.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 380185.
[When this will happen:]
Standard Release, GCC, and GCC High: We will begin rolling out late March 2024 (previously mid-February) and expect to complete by late April 2024 (previously mid-March).
DoD: We will begin rolling out late April 2024 (previously mid-March) and expect to complete by mid-May 2024 (previously mid-April).
2024-03-02MC How AffectWith one click, end users will block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. If no admin overrides exist, end users will also be able to allow emails from trusted senders and prevent future emails from those senders from going into quarantine. End users can now review admin any override reasons that lead to quarantined emails.
Figure 1: Allow sender action:


Figure 2: Review admin Override reason:



Figure 3: Undo Block sender:


Figure 4: Allow sender in Quarantine policy:


Figure 5: Block sender action eliminated from default Quarantine policies:


Figure 6: How to include or exclude messages from blocked sender in Quarantine notification:


Figure 7: Quarantined messages from blocked senders are excluded from Quarantine view by default
With one click, end users will block emails from unwanted senders and prevent those emails from showing up in their default quarantine view and in their quarantine notifications. If no admin overrides exist, end users will also be able to allow emails from trusted senders and prevent future emails from those senders from going into quarantine. End users can now review admin any override reasons that lead to quarantined emails.
Figure 1: Allow sender action:


Figure 2: Review admin Override reason:



Figure 3: Undo Block sender:


Figure 4: Allow sender in Quarantine policy:


Figure 5: Block sender action eliminated from default Quarantine policies:


Figure 6: How to include or exclude messages from blocked sender in Quarantine notification:

Figure 7: Quarantined messages from blocked senders are excluded from Quarantine view by default
2024-03-02MC TitleMicrosoft Defender for Office 365: Quarantine End User Allow and Block list management(Updated) Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Quarantine End User Allow and Block list management
2024-03-02MC End Time05/22/2024 09:00:002024-07-01T09:00:00Z

*starting April 2022

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