Η Microsoft gives regular users the ability to retrieve encrypted email messages sent using Office 365 Message Encryption (OME) service as part of an effort to prevent leaks. data and company data theft. So far, only managers have had this opportunity. OME is based on Microsoft Azure Rights Management (Azure RMS) and combines rights management with capabilities encryption e-mail. In addition, it allows Ofice 365 users to send and receive encrypted messages email using Outlook.com, Yahoo, Gmail and many more services email with support for encryption, authorization and authentication policies.
Microsoft has announced that it will extend the ability to recall emails to end users, noting that previously, someone had to be an administrator to be able to retrieve a message that had already been sent. This new feature will only be available to subscribers using Office 365, with advanced messaging encryption support such as Microsoft 365 Enterprise E5, Office 365 E5, Microsoft 365 E5, Office 365 Enterprise E5 and Office 365 Education A5. While Microsoft does not specify what exactly is going to happen with the revoked encrypted messages, according to the company's official site, when the managers will retrieve such emails, the recipients will receive the notification "The message has been revoked by the sender", when trying to access the encrypted messages through the Office 365 Message Encryption portal.
The Microsoft Exchange team plans to develop this new one extension OME capabilities in the 4th quarter of 2020, making it available worldwide. As part of its effort to stop data theft operational, Microsoft also plans to eliminate the ability to forward Office 365 emails to external recipients by default, starting in the fourth quarter of 2020. The company is also in the process of adding improved external email forwarding controls, which will allow Office 365 administrators to enable the possibility for those employees of their organization who wish. Microsoft is also working to improve the way emails are sent through the OME service. mail servers, so that they are less likely to be sent to the trash, after being marked as unwanted.