Another advantage is that you control the data until they download. Which means you can set links that expire or remove content at anytime. Could the user have downloaded it, sure. However, you control the full delivery process and can actually remove access at anytime. An email will sit in their inbox forever.
Well, think of the email as having been downloaded and now they are the same. In either case, if the patient automatically downloads everything and just leaves it somewhere, it's just there forever. In both cases, you don't care.
So does Office 365/Exchange. I now have about 10 domains where we have users with their own respective groups for domains that they need to send out from. The main issue with this is dealing with mobile devices; there isn't a way that I know if to send from a group.
This is working on several machines now. But @romo reports that it is still hit or miss, it's not a reliable or permanent fix, but it more reliable than other attempts. It remains, as MS has stated, somewhat random.
e got a strange one... I have a user here whose Emails go from whatever folder they are in to the Deleted Items folder after being read... Sometimes. Sometimes it doesn't happen for several minutes, and other times it happens right away.
The user hasn't been phished that we can tell. No bogus rules in Outlook forwarding things to the deleted items. Check both Web and Outlook 2016.
What am I not looking at that could be causing this?