In a rapid change of Office 365, Microsoft sends to Tenant Admin’s the news about what is changing and what are coming in Office 365.
This is the 136th email that Microsoft has sent to Tenant Admin’s his Newsletter with Office 365 changes.
This Weekly digest is intended to reach the Administrators of Office 365 within the latest changes that are happening to Office 365.
Bellow is an example that can be applied to your tenant, because this email’s is based on the services that you have in your Tenant and subscription.
Here is a summary of your messages from last week
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|Oct 19||Updated Feature: Updated Anti-Spam settings and changes in Zero-hour Auto Purge We’re updating Outbound spam settings in the Security and Compliance Center (SCC). We are also updating the Zero-hour Auto Purge (ZAP). We’ll be gradually rolling this out to customers in mid-October 2019.The roll out will be completed worldwide by the end of October. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 54125 More … MC193482 Like | Dislike|
|Oct 18||Retiring ability to disable Microsoft Teams per license category in Microsoft Teams Services To align Microsoft Teams with other workloads, we will be retiring the ability to disable Microsoft Teams for all users of a particular license category.Note: Edu Faculty and Edu Student license categories are excluded from this change.We’ll be gradually rolling this out to customers starting November 22, 2019, and the roll out will be completed by the mid-December. More … MC193452 Like | Dislike|
|Oct 17||New Feature: PSTN Minute Pools report PSTN Minute Pools report gives you an overview of audio conferencing and calling activity in your organization by showing you the number of minutes consumed during the current month. You can see a breakdown of activity including the license used for calls, total minutes available, used minutes, and license usage by location.We are gradually this out for all users in mid-October 2019.The rollout will be completed worldwide by the end of October. More … MC192699 Like | Dislike|
|Oct 17||New Feature: Teams will silently sign in new users Teams will soon begin automatically signing in new usersWe’ll be gradually rolling this out to Teams customers on select Windows systems in late-October.The rollout will be completed worldwide by mid-December.This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 56788. More … MC193345 Like | Dislike|
|Oct 16||New Feature: Time-saving updates for Outlook mobile help you be better prepared We recently launched calendar updates to Outlook for iOS and Android to help manage meetings and get you to your events on time. We are now rolling out additional capabilities to help you be better prepared for meetings while on the go.We’ll begin rolling out Meeting Insights in mid-October and time zone support in early November.These updates are associated with the following Microsoft 365 Roadmap IDs: 54450, 54545, 54733, 56327. More … MC193281 Like | Dislike|
|Oct 16||New Feature: SharePoint Site URL Rename We’re making it possible for SharePoint administrators to change site URLs.We’ll be gradually rolling this out to customers in mid-October.The roll out will be completed worldwide by the end of October.This roll out does not apply to Office 365 subscriptions for EDU tenants.This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 56205. More … MC193275 Like | Dislike|
|Oct 16||Updated – New Feature: Changing timestamps in message posts from UTC to Local Time Updated October 16, 2019 – We appreciate your feedback and are making changes to this feature. Timestamps will be shown in both local and UTC times. Updated October 11, 2019 – To ensure we provide the best experience we are updating the roll out timeline for this feature. We apologize for the inconveince. We will soon be changing timestamps in message posts in the new Office 365 admin portal.We’ll be rolling this out to all customers on October 17, 2019 (previously October 8, 2019). More … MC192008 Like | Dislike|
|Oct 16||Updated Feature: Adding malware ZAP toggle to the Security and Compliance Center We’re adding a malware ZAP toggle to the anti-malware policy in the Security and Compliance Center. We’ll be gradually rolling this out to all customers in late October.The roll out will be completed worldwide in early November.This message is associated with Office 365 Roadmap ID 56742. More … MC193218 Like | Dislike|
|Oct 16||OneDrive Sync updates to use SHA-2 for enhanced security To protect OneDrive and SharePoint customers’ security, OneDrive Sync updates are going to be signed using the SHA-2 algorithm exclusively.We will be implementing this change through November and will complete November 29. More … MC193213 Like | Dislike|
|Oct 15||Modern Lifecycle Policy for Microsoft Teams Desktop Client As a modern online service, the Microsoft Teams client auto-updates every two weeks. Because Teams is governed by the Modern Lifecycle Policy, it is expected that users remain on the most up to date version of the desktop client. This ensures that users have the latest capabilities, performance enhancements, security, and service reliability.In order to assist in identifying when desktop clients fall out of date, an in-app notification will be displayed if the users current version is between… More … MC193099 Like | Dislike|
|Oct 14||Updated Feature: Introducing ‘High confidence phishing email’ to the spam filter policy We’re introducing High confidence phishing email to the spam filter policy.We are gradually this out to customers in mid-November 2019.The rollout will be completed worldwide by the end of November 2019. More … MC193076 Like | Dislike|
|Oct 14||Office updates to use SHA-2 for enhanced security To protect Office customers’ security, Microsoft Office updates are going to be signed using the SHA-2 algorithm, exclusively.We will be implementing this change effective October 31, 2019. Note: SHA-1 will continue to work and not impact any Office experiences. More … MC193025 Like | Dislike|
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More news and more information here – https://office365weekly.blog/2019/10/21/office-365-weekly-digest-2019-42/
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