MC278894: Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Updates to spam reporting

We’re working on creating consistent reporting experiences for customers, and as a result we’re retiring the standalone spam detections report. A new Spam detections report view will now be available in the Threat Protection Status report. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 85561.

We’re working on creating consistent reporting experiences for customers, and as a result we’re deprecating the standalone spam detections report. A new Spam detections report view will now be available in the Threat Protection Status report.

MC278894: Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Updates to spam reporting

Key points

  • Timing: We expect to begin rolling this out in to standard release and government customers in mid-September and we expect to complete the rollout by late September.
  • Roll-out: Tenant level
  • Action: Review and assess usage of Get-MailDetailSpamReport and begin usage of Get-MailTrafficATPReport and Get-MailDetailATPReport cmdlets once available.

How this will affect your organization

Admins should note that the Get-MailDetailSpamReport standalone cmdlet will be retired and replaced with Get-MailTrafficATPReport and Get-MailDetailATPReport cmdlets.

Old Standalone Spam Report

Old Standalone Spam Report

New Spam Report Views

New Spam Report Views

New Spam Report Views

What you need to do to prepare

Admins should update their report settings to start using the new cmdlets to properly view spam reporting that will be available in the threat protection status report.

Message ID: MC278894
Effective: September 13, 2021