Journal Rule Testing In Exchange Online

I came across two interesting oddities in journaling in Exchange Online in the last few weeks that I noticed where not really mentioned anyway (or anywhere I could find that is). The first involces routing of journal reports and the second the selection of the journal target. The journal report, that is the message that… Continue reading Journal Rule Testing In Exchange Online

Managing Azure Active Directory Rights Management

This article is the third in a series of posts looking at Microsoft’s new Rights Management product set. In the previous post we looked at turning on the feature in Office 365 and in this post we will look at how to manage the service in the cloud. In this series of articles we will… Continue reading Managing Azure Active Directory Rights Management

The New Rights Management Service

This blog is the start of a series of articles I will write over the next few months on how to ensure that your data is encrypted and secured to only the people you want to access it, and only for the level of rights you want to give them. The technology that we will… Continue reading The New Rights Management Service

Journal Alternative Mailbox and No Inbox Rules

In the event of your journal mailbox going offline, any journal reports destined for these mailboxes will queue. After two days (though this time is the expiry time for messages in your Exchange organization, so may be different) the message will expire and an NDR sent to the sender of the journal report. The problem… Continue reading Journal Alternative Mailbox and No Inbox Rules