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  1. Add policy setting to stop removal or downgrade of labels

    Expand policy options to stop removal or downgrade of labels. The existing policy to require a Justification is inadequate, we require a way of stopping changing the label on emails when forwarding/replying and documents (except by document author)

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  2. Only emails must have a label

    We need the granularity to force users to apply labels to emails without them also having to apply labels to documents too.

    This would allow us to move away from third party products that are being used to label emails.

    This is really quite critical for us.

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  3. Applying Unified Labels with user-defined permission should produce an error in unsupported platforms

    according to this article https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/information-protection/configure-policy-migrate-labels it is possible to apply Unified Label with user-defined permissions when a preview release of AIP v2 client is installed. however, for Office on Mac/iOS/Android, the behaviour is that "Users are not prompted for custom permissions and no protection is applied ". this give a false sense of security to the users. instead of failing silently, an error should be displayed to the users

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  4. Allow custom email x-headers defined per label

    Allow custom email x-headers to be defined per label to allow compliance with various country email labelling standards for government.

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  5. Expose labels as document properties for use in customs headers

    All organisations I've worked for use document templates (mostly Word) with headers full of tables. In those tables the document metadata is shown, such as title, page numbers, document tracking ID etc. One piece of metadata is the classification label. To avoid having to set that label manually, it would be excellent to be able to extract the AIP label from metadata, and the format it in the usual way.

    It is usually not an option to use the markings feature of AIP, since it then looks like a two-year-old prepared the document. The headers are in the wrong place…

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    This is already possible!
    Just insert a field code in the document header, with the following value:{DOCPROPERTY Sensitivity}
    See https://www.howtogeek.com/217440/how-to-insert-built-in-and-custom-advanced-properties-into-a-word-document/ for a handy guide into how to use custom document properties in a field code.
    “Sensitivity” is the most useful field for a case like what is described in this request, but all other AIP field codes (prefixed with MSIP_Label) can be used as well.

  6. Ability to search existing label on a document and apply to email label

    When a file is attached via email. The label is not updated based on what the document has. The user selects the label, which can be different from the document classification. The highest level of the label should apply either by email or document.

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  7. Perform a lookup and notify user when an email recipient is not included in the policy attached to the label being used.

    Email users do not know the backend configuration of AIP protected labels so when they send a protected email they will not know if a recipient will be able to have access to it as intended. It would be possible to perform a lookup in order to match email recipients with AIP protection policy users and notify emails sender if the intended recipient would not be able to access an email because they are not members of the protection policy. This will enable email sender to take the necessary steps required to mitigate this situation.

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