Notification for denied quarantine release request

AndAuf 16 Reputation points

Hi all,

is there a way to have users (automatically) informed, if their request for releasing a mail from quarantine got denied?
If I approve the request, the user gets his mail. But if I deny the request because it actually is malicious, the user does not know, if his request was ever processed.

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  1. Aaron Xue-MSFT 2,581 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @AndAuf ,

    I’ve done a lot of research according to the requirement. It seems to be impossible to set an automatically reply when you remove the email from quarantine.

    Because after you click Yes in the warning that appears, the messages are immediately deleted removed from quarantine without being sent to the original recipients.

    You could get more details about the issue from the document.

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  2. Mugnons 5 Reputation points

    Hi @AndAuf have you found a some solution? I have the same problem.



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  3. Guido Neubecker 1 Reputation point

    Hi all, I have the same question. Any update on this?
    I will create a feature request because I think that currently it is not possible to get an information on denied release requests. cheers Guido