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Delegate365 version 8.0 is a major release with a bunch of new features and updates. This Delegate365 version brings support for a new partner login, improvements in the setup process after updates, integration of Azure Event Grid, new user profile features, new Group OU's, a new check email address module, some bugfixes, new security features and some more features. See the details here!
The previous versions of Delegate365 brought major updates with the new reporting engine and over 80 reports. With Delegate365 version 7.5 there are more improvements coming as litigation hold for Shared Mailboxes, more reports and a new GDPR module. See the details here.
Recently, Delegate365 got a new reporting engine with version 7.3 and more reports have been added with version 7.4 and version 7.5. In total, there are now 87 reports available (and likely more are about to come in the following versions). To keep up with the latest reports, we want to deliver an overview of all available reports at a glance here.
With Delegate365 version 7.3 a new reporting engine was introduced. With this update, additional reports are available in Delegate365 version 7.4. The new reports deliver a new report category with risk events, as for example impossible travel risk events or suspicious IP risk events, new Microsoft Teams statistics reports and more. Also, OneDrive usage per user and Shared-With information is now available as a report. Mail Enabled Security Groups can now be assigned with permissions in Resources (rooms and equipment mailboxes) and Shared Mailboxes. See the details and descriptions of all reports here.
The newest version 7.3 of Delegate365 provides a complete new reports module that replaces the old reports section. See the benefits and the details of the new Delegate365 reporting engine and how to use it for all your Delegate365 admins with just their entitled data. Learn about the details here.
With Delegate version 7.2 there come some new and useful features especially in the sync rules. See the details described here.
Right after Delegate365 version 7, we are releasing version 7.1 with some relevant updates. This version brings some fixes, an improved SyncOp, Sync Locking, First Start-support, a new Multi Factor Authentication automation feature, a streamlines sync rules experience, more videos and some updates. See the benefits and the details here.
Delegate365 is registered as an app in the customer’s Azure Active Directory. When a Delegate365 setup is executed, a new app is registered and is used from then on. So, what happens with old apps? See how to cleanup unused Delegate365 apps here.
We have been busy during summer time and we have been developing and testing our new Delegate365 version 7. We added new features like the support for Office 365 Groups and further useful extensions and made a technical refresh behind the scenes. So, the latest version of Delegate365 is available now and ready for updates. See the details described here.
During summer time the next Delegate365 version was born that brings more mailbox and distribution group features, more sync rule options and some minor changes in logging and some fixes. See the details here.
In the last days, some customers of Delegate365 experienced a warning in the Delegate365 portal that informed about the failing communication to Exchange Online. This issue was caused by the Microsoft Exchange Online PowerShell endpoint. We are glad to announce that this issue should be fixed soon.
Delegate365 provides various automation tasks. One of these is the new License Assignment rule to automatically assign Office 365 licenses to users based on their user properties or on their group membership. See how this works in real world with a demo scenario here.