Recently I wanted to updated an old function, which I use in my daily work for Privilege Identity Management. Initially I just wanted to move over from using AzureADPreview to Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK, but sometimes you just do more.
However, this was a good learning curve for me and I thought sharing would be helpful.
When you are using Publisher verification, you might know the challenges I’m writing today about. Especially with 3rd party vendors. However, I never expected that it’s like that even the functionality is GA for quite a while.
What I mean by that is the fact that Microsoft introducing this feature, recommends this as best practises and starting with September 30, 2022 makes this as a default setting, but don’t get their own apps verified:
I recently came across something you might also run into at this time of the year or when a company wide announcement needs to be made via e-mail and the sender is in Exchange Online:
A person sent some season’s greetings, which results into being blocked by EXO as a limit was reached (you can find more about these limits here). My first thought was something like sending e.g.: 10.000 messages per day or too many recipients, but it turned out to be something different.