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Exchange Online Protection - Zero-hour Auto Purge (ZAP), Safety Tips and more

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With Office 365, we continue to invest in new protections against malicious email attacks. Today Shobhit Sahay from the Office 365 team walks through seven new Exchange Online Protection (EOP) and Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) features that proactively identify and block the most dangerous email threats.
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Jean-Francois Dupras (2 years ago)
Whats the difference between EOP and ATP??? Does ATP cover whats EOP doing or we need both?
Jimmy a (2 years ago)
First off, Thanks for the video, it provides great insight into the upcoming feature set. Good Job!However, can we please, please get the ability to bypass ATP by sender? IP address or IP address range would be best.Does ATP kick in before transport rules? If not then perhaps it could be similar to the Clutter bypass method.
Microsoft Mechanics (2 years ago)
+Jimmy a Glad you liked it. We reached out to the Exchange team and here is what they had to say: "ATP kicks in after transport rules. ATP can be bypassed by sender by simply adding the user in the “exclusion list” on ATP Policies. We also enabled ETR controls for ATP as the question suggests below. TechNet article describing the ETR support for ATP should be out in few weeks." Make sure you look for that Technet article!

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