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Summary Office 365 Instant Messaging (OIM) is a global instant messaging solution that allows organizations to securely send, receive, and store messages to and from multiple users at once.
But the service has faced a series of issues over the years.
OIM has been widely criticized for its lack of security features and the fact that many organizations don’t have the time or resources to set up a secure, high-performing instant messaging server.
To combat the issue, Microsoft has been experimenting with a new version of the OIM protocol called “SMS.”
Microsoft hopes that the new OIM version will address the shortcomings of its previous version, which was also developed in-house.
This article describes how Microsoft is deploying SMS for enterprise organizations, and the major problems with the previous version.
Key features of OIM 1.2: Improved security features The first major new feature added to the O IM protocol is the ability to send and receive encrypted SMS messages with Microsoft’s new encryption engine.
This allows organizations that have built their own secure messaging servers to send encrypted messages with an Office 365 Exchange server, or Microsoft’s cloud-based messaging platform, Azure.
The encryption engine is built on the Microsoft’s own cloud messaging technology, the MessageSecure technology.
Messaging is encrypted using a message encryption key (MAC) and is stored on the server that is being used for the communication.
The MAC and encryption key are encrypted using the same algorithm that is used to encrypt the messages on a server.
As with any encryption algorithm, the message encryption keys and the message storage keys are encrypted with a secret key that is also used to decrypt messages on the recipient’s end.
This means that if the recipient of the message has access to the MAC and the encryption key, they can decrypt the message with the MAC.
This is a key feature that many users would not want to miss.
Security concerns about the encryption of encrypted messages have been a persistent issue in the enterprise since OIM was introduced.
Microsoft’s Office 365 Security Team (OSST) and Office 365 Enterprise Security Team members recently published a blog post detailing the security issues and potential impact of these problems.
Microsoft has also been working to improve the encryption support for messages that have been encrypted by third parties.
One major example is the use of the Bouncy Castle encryption algorithm by Microsoft.
The Bouny Castle algorithm is used by a wide variety of messaging services including Gmail, Skype, Outlook, Microsoft Teams, and more.
When a message is encrypted by an external service like Skype, it is encrypted with the same encryption key that was used to send the message to the recipient.
However, when the message is sent over the Exchange network, the recipient doesn’t have access to that key.
If a user has access the message’s MAC and key, he or she can decrypt that message.
This makes the message encrypted with an internal key that can be accessed by third party services, but it also means that the message may still be readable by third-party services that aren’t using Microsoft’s secure messaging technology.
As a result, a malicious third party could send a message that includes the same MAC and secret key.
This type of attack is known as “man-in-the-middle” and is used for many types of malicious actions.
Microsoft is taking steps to improve security by reducing the number of vulnerabilities in the existing encryption.
In addition, Microsoft is releasing an update to the Outlook web client that will encrypt and decrypt Outlook messages when a user opens the web client.
Microsoft also released a new tool that is designed to help organizations address the vulnerabilities in their own encryption tools.
Microsoft Security Response Teams (SSRs) are the experts who develop and deploy the latest security fixes for Office 365.
The Microsoft Security Team is responsible for testing new security updates and releases of Office 365 and Office Online.
This team will provide security advisories to Office 365 customers, which may include new updates to Office products.
The new version will be deployed to all users of Office products in the following weeks.
Microsoft released OIM for Exchange in February 2017.
Microsoft recently released O IM for Exchange Server in March 2017.
This new version has been released to all Exchange users.
To learn more about the new version, see Office 365 Support Services.
The OIM team is also working on an Office mobile app for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
The team will work with third-parties to bring O IM to mobile devices, and they are currently working on a new mobile version of O IM.
One of the most recent changes to the Office app that Microsoft is announcing today is the addition of OIME support for Android phones.
The mobile version will provide users with the ability for Outlook to authenticate to their phone, and then to send, read, and delete OIM messages.
The app also will provide a new “Messages” tab in the Office mobile application.
To read more about OIME, see “O IM for Android”. Microsoft