Admin/ User Submissions coming from the quarantine portal were slotted into a separate submission channel than the channel that was used for the Admin submission coming from the submission portal and the user submission coming from the outlook report message Add-in. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 82097.
With this change we’re giving admins the ability to allow senders for a specified period of time, right from the quarantine workflow. When releasing emails to end users, admins can now opt to remember this decision by creating an entry in the tenant allow/block list that corresponds to the indicator of compromise aligned with the message in question. Admins can now choose to allow or prevent users from submitting messages to Microsoft for analysis.
Maintaining two different submission channel increases the time it takes for submissions made to Microsoft to be graded. With this integration, there will be a reduction in the times it take for submission made to Microsoft to be graded.
In addition, we provide End users with the ability to report messages to Microsoft from the quarantine console without giving the Admins the ability to disable this functionality. With this integration, Admin will now have the ability toggle the end user report message capability in quarantine On or Off.
- Exchange Online
When this will happen
- We will begin rolling this out in to standard release customers in mid-August and we expect to be complete by the end of August.
- We will begin rolling this out to government customers in early September and we expect to be complete by the end of September.
How this will affect your organization
Previous Admin View
New Admin View
Admin toggle button for end user reporting
End user view controlled by toggle button
What you need to do to prepare
Admins should ensure that security personnel documentations are updated to reflect these changes.
Message ID: MC277638
Published: 13 August 2021
Updated: 13 August 2021