In this first blog post of two, I will cover how to manage ownerless Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 groups using board tools from Microsoft. Ownerless Microsoft 365 groups or teams are quite common and often seen in the wild.
A few weeks ago, Martina Grom tweeted about a new feature in the Microsoft Admin Center to find these ownerless Microsoft 365 groups or Microsoft Teams. It allows active members to be notified by mail when the team, or rather the Microsoft 365 group, no longer has an owner. This tweet brought this feature to my attention.
I will show you this option and an alternative way to notify someone about ownerless teams, like the IT staff for example, by a scripted solution in a second post.
Continue reading “How to manage ownerless Microsoft Teams – Part 1”
This is part II in my series about Microsoft Teams Notifications. Last week I started the series with an overview of the basic notification settings. Today, I will continue with the channel notifications in special. In this new blog post I will cover how to change the notifications of a dedicated channel.
Episode 26 starts a multi-part series about notifications in Microsoft Teams. In this episode I will show you the genral settings regarding notification settings in Microsoft Teams.
Continue reading “Office 365 QuickTipp – Episode 26 – Notifications in Microsoft Teams – Part I”
In this episode I’ll talk about an Outlook Addin from Microsoft that helps you to improve and optimize the detection rate for Fale/Positives.
Continue reading “Office 365 QuickTipp – Episode 24 – Report Message in Outlook”
For example, if a mail was classified as junk, you can report this mail as normal mail and it will be moved to your inbox. The same the other way round: If a Junk mail ends up in your inbox, you can report it as Junk or Phishing.
This way Exchange Online Protection learns for you and evaluates the mails accordingly in the future.