Videos for getting started with protecting your email
The following series of introductory videos will help you use Exchange Online Protection (EOP) to protect your mailboxes. These videos are applicable for EOP standalone customers who are protecting on-premises mailboxes such as Exchange Server 2013, and for Exchange Online customers whose cloud-hosted mailboxes by default are protected by EOP.
The following three videos are about tailoring your anti-spam settings to fit the needs of your organization. For inbound mail traveling through the service to your organization, this includes creating safe sender and blocked sender lists based on IP addresses, and configuring content filter settings. There's also a video showing how admins can find and release content-filtered spam messages or messages that matched a transport rule that were sent to the quarantine, and also how to report spam messages to help us improve the service.
Configure IP Allow and IP Block Lists in EOP
For more details, see the Configure the connection filter policy topic.
Configure Spam Content Filtering in EOP
For more details, see the Configure your spam filter policies topic.
Find and Release Messages From the Quarantine
For more details, see the Find and release quarantined messages as an administrator topic.
You'll also want to configure the outbound spam policy because you'll want to monitor if spam is being sent from your organization. Check out the outbound spam video to learn how.
Configure the Outbound Spam Policy
For more details, see the Configure the outbound spam policy
There are also settings for how to handle malware that's detected by the service, which the anti-malware filtering video describes.
Configure the Anti-Malware Policy
For more details, see the Configure anti-malware policies topic.
To filter and route messages based on specific conditions you set, based on company policy or regulations, you'll want to watch the video about how to create transport rules.
Configure Exchange Transport Rules in EOP
For more details, see the Mail flow rules (transport rules) in Exchange Online Protection topic if you use EOP standalone, or see the Transport rules topic if you use Exchange Online.