In this video Sharon explains spam and demonstrates how to configure spam filter policies, including options when spam is detected, and how to configure block and allow lists.
- [Narrator] Email spam, not the lunch meat.…It's unwanted and unsolicited email.…These emails can include links to malicious websites…or contain files with malware…or they can just be nuisance emails.…Exchange online includes basic spam filters.…There is a default spam filter that cannot be deleted,…but you can modify it.…You can also create customized spam policies…to deal with specific issues…and apply these customized policies to your users.…Let's go ahead and built out an anti-spam policy.…
I have logged into Office 365,…and I'm in the admin center.…Spam filters are located in the Exchange admin center.…I'm going to go ahead and launch it.…And the spam filters are located under protection.…As you'll notice, we cannot delete…the default policy, but we can edit it.…For our demonstration, we are going to go ahead…and create a new policy.…Provide a name for the policy and a description…if you wish.…Now we have to determine what do we want to do with spam…as it is received into our environment.…
For regular spam, we have a couple…
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Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 08/14/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: migrating using IMAP and the hybrid, staged, and cutover methods. In addition, new videos were added that cover configuring mobile device management, safe links, safe attachments, and client access rules, as well as how to add Pulse to a Skype Meeting Broadcast.