Configure Custom Domain Email Notifications in Microsoft 365

Configure Custom Domain Email Notifications in Microsoft 365

Microsoft has a robust suite of products to help organizations enhance their productivity, communication, collaboration and more. In such a way, to notify users about their interactions with Microsoft 365 products, MS has initiated sending emails. For certain instances such as weekly digests and batched comments, emails notifications currently being sent from a “no-reply” system-based…

Work Hours and Location in Outlook for Efficient Collaboration

Work Hours and Location in Outlook for Efficient Collaboration

Microsoft 365 is unleashing a wave of game-changing releases, including the improved and new Microsoft Teams. It is now equipped with location awareness, making it easier than ever for you and your colleagues to collaborate effectively.  As companies embrace hybrid or remote work setups, it becomes increasingly important for us to make conscious efforts in…

Microsoft 365: Upcoming Changes and End-of-Support Milestones

Microsoft 365: Upcoming Changes and End-of-Support Milestones

Last updated: April 2024 Join us in this blog as we explore the dynamic world of Microsoft 365. 🌟 We’ll shed light on the features and products that are undergoing transformations or bidding farewell. Whether you’re a system administrator 🧑‍💻 managing the Microsoft 365 environment or an avid user 🙋‍♂️ staying ahead of the curve,…

Reporting Suspicious Messages in M365 Shared and Delegated Mailboxes

Reporting Suspicious Messages in M365 Shared and Delegated Mailboxes

Dear admins, the long wait is over! Microsoft announced the extension of support for reporting junk and phishing emails from shared & delegated mailboxes in the Outlook Web App soon. Reporting suspicious emails in Outlook is one of the most prominent features to identify phishing or junk emails received in your organization. Also, reporting suspicious messages…

Password Spray Attack Detection with New Microsoft 365 Defender Alert

Password Spray Attack Detection with New Microsoft 365 Defender Alert

Microsoft continues to updating its tools and features to deliver customers the utmost security they can. As a part of this, a new alert for ‘password spray attack originating from single ISP’ has been added in Microsoft 365 Defender portal. Threat actors use various techniques to identify account passwords. One among them is a password…

Enable Report Suspicious Activity in Azure AD to Stay Alerted on Suspicious MFA Requests

Enable Report Suspicious Activity in Azure AD to Stay Alerted on Suspicious MFA Requests

😩Are you tired of constantly denying multi-factor authentication requests that you did not initiate? Well, you’re not alone! Receiving an increasing number of MFA requests that were not initiated by you has become incredibly frustrating, and this ongoing influx has opened the door to MFA fatigue attacks. It’s like someone knocking on the door, but you…

System-preferred MFA Enabled by Default in Microsoft 365!

System-preferred MFA Enabled by Default in Microsoft 365!

👀I see multi-factor authentication everywhere nowadays! As with the rise of numerous cyber threats such as phishing attacks, password breaches, etc., multi-factor authentication has been the go-to solution for securing Office 365 accounts & systems. But with different MFA methods available, it’s harder than ever for an organization to enforce a consistent and secure authentication…

The New Chat GPT AI Chatbot: A Saviour for Microsoft 365 Sysadmins

The New Chat GPT AI Chatbot: A Saviour for Microsoft 365 Sysadmins

This December is a month for the FIFA World Cup match. ⚽With this hot topic, joined the new technological monster – ChatGPT. 🚀The new ChatGPT has been taking the internet by storm since its testing stage. From yesteryear’s information package to dashing off social media with killer taglines and giving solutions for any sysadmin operations to…

How to Deal with Exchange Online Basic Authentication Deprecation?

How to Deal with Exchange Online Basic Authentication Deprecation?

Over the past few years, Microsoft has warned admins about the basic authentication deprecation in Exchange Online. Since it is one of the oldest authentication methods, it comes with numerous security flaws. Hackers will easily attack accounts that use basic auth as it requires only a username and a password to log in. Therefore, Microsoft brought…

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