MC248005 – (Updated) Changes to the way Exchange Online Protection (EOP) moves email to Junk folder

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check before: 2021-04-15

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Exchange

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Online, World tenant

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Admin impact, Feature update, Updated message

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Updated April 29, 2021: We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.Note: This change will only effect Exchange Online Protection (EOP) customers with Exchange online mailboxes. EOP standalone customers with hybrid environments will have no impact. Today EOP depends on the junk email rule to move spam/phish messages to a user's Junk folder based on the spam confidence level set by EOP. Going forward EOP will use it's own mailflow delivery agent to move malicious emails to the Junk folder depending on the policy set by security admins in Antispam policy. EOP will continue to honor the user safe sender/block sender preferences set in outlook just as the junk email rule does today.

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Created:
2021-04-01

updated:
2021-04-30

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