ASD's Blueprint for Secure Cloud

Outlook web app policies

This section describes the configuration of Outlook web app policies within Exchange Online associated with systems built according to guidance in ASD's Blueprint for Secure Cloud.

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Basics

ItemValue
NameOwaMailboxPolicy-Default

Features

Communication Management
ItemValue
Instant messagingChecked
Text messagingChecked
Exchange ActiveSyncNot checked
ContactsChecked
Linkedin contact syncNot checked
Mobile device contact syncChecked
All address listsChecked
Information management
ItemValue
Journaling
NotesChecked
Inbox rulesChecked
Recover deleted itemsChecked
Security
ItemValue
Change passwordChecked
User experience
ItemValue
ThemesChecked
Premium clientChecked
Email signatureChecked
WeatherChecked
PlacesNot checked
Local eventsNot checked
Interesting calendarsNot checked
Time management
ItemValue
CalendarChecked
TasksChecked
Reminders and notificationsChecked

File access

ItemValue
Let users open files attached to email messages when using a public or shared computerNot checked
Let users open files attached to email messages when using a private computerChecked
Offline accessAlways

Security & Governance

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Design

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Configuration

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References

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