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outlook-security-popup

 

You will need to run the below as Administrator , if the use doesn’t have local admin you will need to change them to one then remove after  ;

  • Right-click on the Outlook shortcut holding the SHIFT key and choose Run as administrator
  • Go to File > Options > Trust Center > Programmatic Access
  • Set the programmatic access to Never warn me about suspicious activity (not recommended)

outlook-programmatic-access

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: If these option are greyed out, it usually means that you didn’t run Outlook with administrative rights.

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook\Security
DWORD: ObjectModelGuard
Value: 2

As an alternative way, you can achieve the same result by altering your registry file in the following way:

  • Navigate through   (create the key if it doesn’t exist)
  • Add the following DWORD item:
    •  , with a value of 1.
    •  , with a value of 3.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
  • Navigate through   (create the key if it doesn’t exist)
  • Add the following DWORD items:
    •  , with a value of 1.
    •  , with a value of 3.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
    •  , with a value of 2.
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Office-365-New[1]You can forward these emails to : junk@office365.microsoft.com or use the Outlook plugin to report and hopefully Microsoft should block these in future : https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=18275

 

Microsoft have actually now got a new filtering service for 365 however its paid for and by user you could maybe try : https://products.office.com/en-us/exchange/online-email-threat-protection

It’s not uncommon nowadays to have another third party appliance such as a barracuda or a hosted service such as post fix to filter items before they get to 365. It seems once a spammer figures out how to exploit 365 , all domains get the same spam. 2 layers of protection is safer!

 

1) Make sure your own SPF Records are in check : http://www.spfwizard.net/

2) Get your DKIM records in check : http://blogs.msdn.com/b/tzink/archive/2015/10/08/manually-hooking-up-dkim-signing-in-office-365.aspx

3) Get your DMARC Records in check : http://blogs.msdn.com/b/tzink/archive/2014/12/03/using-dmarc-in-office-365.aspx

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