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The Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection Recommended Configuration Analyzer (ORCA) module for PowerShell can help you (admins) find the current values of these settings. Specifically, the Get-ORCAReport cmdlet generates an assessment of anti-spam, anti-phishing, and other message hygiene settings. You can download the ORCA module at
In Microsoft 365 organizations, we recommend that you leave the Junk Email Filter in Outlook set to No automatic filtering to prevent unnecessary conflicts (both positive and negative) with the spam filtering verdicts from EOP. For more information, see the following articles:
Outbound spam policies are not part of Standard or Strict preset security policies. The Standard and Strict values indicate our recommended values in the default outbound spam policy or custom outbound spam policies that you create.
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But with so many technologies and algorithms available to block spam, why are we still getting these email and text messages in 2022? We asked industry professionals their thoughts on spam to find out.
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