To MS Teams developers: Prevent useless auto-replies to Teams notifications emails

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Occasional Contributor

Dear MS Teams Developers,

 

please start using 
X-Auto-Response-Suppress: DR, NDR, RN, NRN, OOF, AutoReply

in your Teams notification emails.

 

Probably you are not going to react to them in any meaningful way ("I am OoOffice, in emergency please contact another team member.")

 

Thank you in advance.

Truly yours, a humble O365 tenant admin.

 

BTW: also please stop using "John Smith in Teams" type of sender name, it triggers a phishing reaction in O365 Exchange (screenshot attached:

 

Threats / Detection technology: Phish/User impersonation
Delivery Action / Location: Delivered to junk
Protection policy/action: Phish policy/Move to junk mail folder
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