34 votesUnder Review · AdminEnrique Saggese (Principal Program Manager, Information Protection CxE, Microsoft - Azure - Msip) responded
We are evaluating this request and need more input into how this feature should behave to meet your needs.
We will have automatic classification of inbound emails at the transport level, but this request calls for manual classification on the endpoint. A few clarifying questions:
1) What is the use case for classifying a received email? Who would use that classification and how?
2) Would protection need to be applied on the classified email (even when it’s not being replied)?
3) A user should not be able to change the classification of emails in other people’s mailbox, so as the request is defined classification would be only on the local mailbox of the recipient doing it. What happens if someone else replies to the same thread, which they didn’t classify, so the replies are no longer classified. Would that be a problem?
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An error occurred while saving the commentAleksandrs commented
I would say this is must have feature. Very often reports from different systems comes in csv files and these files remain unclassified till they are saved in other format.