Videos for Getting Started with Protecting your Exchange Online Email

The following three videos are about tailoring your anti-spam settings to fit the needs of your organization. For inbound mail traveling through the service to your organization, this includes creating safe sender and blocked sender lists based on IP addresses, and configuring content filter settings. There’s also a video showing how admins can find and release content-filtered spam messages or messages that matched a transport rule that were sent to the quarantine, and also how to report spam messages to help us improve the service. Click to view.

 

Video: First Look at Advanced Threat Protection in Office 365 to Stop Unknown Malware and Phishing Attacks

If you’re not satisfied with your current spam filtering and looking to harden your email environment, we show you what you can do with the latest in Advanced Threat Protection. We take a look at new capabilities in Microsoft Office 365 and Exchange Online to consistently protect you against phishing attacks with new features such as Safe Attachments, Safe Link, and more to safeguard against malware and bulk spamming.

Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection against unknown malware and viruses—Today EOP employs a robust and layered anti-virus protection powered with three different engines against known malware and viruses. ATP extends this protection through a feature called Safe Attachments, which protects against unknown malware and viruses, and provides better zero-day protection to safeguard your messaging system. All messages and attachments that don’t have a known virus/malware signature are routed to a special hypervisor environment, where a behavior analysis is performed using a variety of machine learning and analysis techniques to detect malicious intent. If no suspicious activity is detected, the message is released for delivery to the mailbox.

Exchange Online Email: •Configure IP Allow and IP Block Lists in EOP

This introductory video will help you use Exchange Online Protection (EOP) to protect your mailboxes. This video is applicable for EOP standalone customers who are protecting on-premises mailboxes such as Exchange Server 2013, and for Exchange Online customers whose cloud-hosted mailboxes by default are protected by EOP. 

Extending Exchange, Outlook and OWA across platforms and devices with the new app model

Can the new mail apps save you time to automatically generate personalized and data-driven email?  This week Jeremy is joined by Jason Henderson from the Exchange engineering team to answer this question and more. They explain not only how mail apps work, but also show how to build and preview them using Visual Studio and how apps can insert data directly from a web service into the body of an email. Jason also describes how OAuth is used to provide secure and scoped access to content, tasks or calendar as well as how an app can be written once and consume within Windows, OWA for iPad/iPhone and the upcoming OWA for Android app.