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I am looking at best practices for O365 ATP deployment and have reviewed a ton of documentation and presentations, and understand the need to ensure that Junk Email Settings are enabled for all mailboxes for Ant-spam and ZAP to work as intended.
I am trying to understand how an end user can disable it for their mailbox in the first place?
Within Outlook the end user only has the ability to alter their Junk email options, but even setting the level to "No Automatic Filtering", doesn't disable Junk email for the mailbox as far as I can see?
The end user cannot delete the Junk Email folder from their mailbox either and the Junk Email rule is a hidden inbox rule that end users cannot see.
What am I missing that users can do to potentially break / disable junk email settings on their mailbox? Or is this check, to guard against any admins having disabled Junk Email on user mailboxes in the past?
05-10-2020 06:42 PMSolution