As part of the integrated information protection investments, Microsoft are releasing rich new capabilities in Office 365 Message Encryption that protect and control your sensitive emails. You can start using these features today.
You can refer to this announcement using the following link: https://aka.ms/ome2017
These improvements merge the old OME and IRM capabilities and provide a richer sender and recipient experience. Office 365 users can now send encrypted and rights-protected emails from any of the Outlook versions (desktop, OWA, Mac, iOS, and Android) or via admin-defined Exchange Transport Rules.
Office 365 recipients can also read encrypted and rights-protected emails from any of the Outlook versions (desktop, OWA, Mac, iOS, and Android). Additionally, to further enable B2C scenarios, non-Office 365 recipients can authenticate and read protected messages using their Google or Yahoo identity in addition to a Microsoft Account or a One-Time Passcode.
You can enable this feature within your organization today by following the instructions in this link: https://aka.ms/enableome. These instruction also apply to Existing OME or IRM customers.
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