Testing Office Message Encryption (OME)

Here is what the end to end experience looks like while using Office Message Encryption (OME). First, a transport rule was created that encrypted any email between my Office 365 account and my Gmail account. Secondly, create an email in OWA or Outlook and send it to the target address. The client (in this case, … Continue reading Testing Office Message Encryption (OME)

Creating OME Transport Rules

Once you've enabled Azure Rights Management in the Office 365 portal and configured your tenant, your next step is to create transport rules that will encrypt (and optionally decrypt) email messages based on the settings you choose. Start by going to the Exchange Admin Center, and click on Mail Flow, then Rules. Click the + … Continue reading Creating OME Transport Rules

Tenant changes required for Office Message Encryption

When setting up Office 365 Message Encryption (OME), there are some changes to your tenant's IRM (Information Rights Management) configuration which requires connecting to Exchange Online through Powershell. Once connected to Exchange Online, start by checking your existing IRM Configuration by running the following command: Note that there is no RMS Online Key Sharing Location … Continue reading Tenant changes required for Office Message Encryption