How to manage Email notifications regarding changes to Azure products and services

Ian Wilderspin 0 Reputation points

A non technical member of our team received an email from [] today regarding important changes we may need to make.

The issue is as a non technical member, we don't want these emails being sent to him, however I am unable to trace why he received this email and therefor unable to ensure the right people are receiving this info.

Does anyone know how to manage these emails? I have attached an example.

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  1. KarishmaTiwari-MSFT 16,482 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Ian Wilderspin Thanks for posting your query on Microsoft Q&A. Please check if there is any service health alert or resource health alert set up with the email of the non-technical member.

    There are several ways you can ensure that the emails reach the right person in the team.

    To start with, ensure you have Azure service health and resource health alerts set up. View service health notifications by using the Azure portal

    Azure Service Health notifies you about Azure service incidents and planned maintenance so you can take action to mitigate downtime. Configure customizable cloud alerts and use your personalized dashboard to analyze health issues, monitor the impact to your cloud resources, get guidance and support, and share details and updates.

    Azure Resource Health helps you diagnose and get support for service problems that affect your Azure resources. It reports on the current and past health of your resources.

    See Resource Health overview

    For more information on the various classes of service health notifications, see Service health notifications properties.

    Let me know via comments if you have further questions.