Unlock Customizable Tenant-Level Recipient Limits in Exchange Online

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Unlock the Power of Customizable Tenant-level Recipient Limits
Understanding the Power of Customizable Tenant-level Recipient Limits
The need to prevent malicious actors from abusing our Exchange Online services is a priority at Microsoft. Exchange Online customers have asked for more control over the features and settings that help protect their organization. To meet this need, we are introducing customizable tenant-level recipient limits.

What are Customizable Tenant-level Recipient Limits?
Customizable tenant-level recipient limits allow Exchange Online customers to configure the maximum number of recipients that can be included in a single message. This limit is enforced by the Exchange Online Protection (EOP) service, which scans messages and enforces the configured limits.

The customizable tenant-level recipient limits feature is available in Exchange Online Protection and provides customers with the ability to configure the maximum number of recipients that can be included in a single message. This limit is enforced by the EOP service, which scans messages and enforces the configured limits.

How to Configure Customizable Tenant-level Recipient Limits
Customizable tenant-level recipient limits can be configured in the Exchange admin center (EAC) or using PowerShell. To configure the limit using the EAC, go to Protection > Recipient Limits and select the maximum number of recipients that can be included in one message.

To configure the limit using PowerShell, use the following command:

Set-RecipientLimits -MaxRecipientsPerMessage

Benefits of Customizable Tenant-level Recipient Limits
Customizable tenant-level recipient limits provide Exchange Online customers with more control over their environment. It enables customers to easily configure the maximum number of recipients for a single message, which helps prevent malicious actors from abusing the Exchange Online services.

It also helps reduce the risk of malicious actors sending large numbers of messages, which could overwhelm the Exchange Online services. By configuring the maximum number of recipients, customers can help protect their organization from malicious actors.

Conclusion
Customizable tenant-level recipient limits are a powerful tool that enables Exchange Online customers to configure the maximum number of recipients that can be included in a single message. This feature helps protect against malicious actors and helps reduce the risk of overwhelming the Exchange Online services.

By utilizing customizable tenant-level recipient limits, customers can help ensure the security and performance of their Exchange Online environment.
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Customizable Tenant-level Recipient Limits