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M365 Changelog: Updates to spam reporting

Petri Staff


MC278894 – Microsoft is working on creating consistent reporting experiences for customers, and as a result they are retiring the standalone spam detections report. A new Spam detections report view will now be available in the Threat Protection Status report.

Key points

  • Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 85561​ 
  • Timing: Microsoft expects to begin rolling this out in to standard release and government customers in mid-September and they expect to complete the rollout by late September.
  • Roll-out: Tenant level
  • Action: Review and assess usage of Get-MailDetailSpamReport and begin usage of Get-MailTrafficATPReport and Get-MailDetailATPReport cmdlets once available. 

How this will affect your organization:

Admins should note that the Get-MailDetailSpamReport standalone cmdlet will be retired and replaced with Get-MailTrafficATPReport and Get-MailDetailATPReport cmdlets. 

Old Standalone Spam Report

Old Spam Report

New Spam Report Views

New Spam Report View 1
New Spam Report View 2

What you need to do to prepare:

Admins should update their report settings to start using the new cmdlets to properly view spam reporting that will be available in the threat protection status report.

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