Populating your Profanity or Bad Word Filter with PowerShell on Outlook Live

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Users of Outlook Live ask about how they can block bad words.  We have changed how we do this in R3 with supervision policies… and this is described well here:

http://help.outlook.com/en-us/140/dd451086.aspx 

I can also supply a list of typical bad words if anyone wants it… just drop me a note!

Enjoy!

Jonny

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One Response to Populating your Profanity or Bad Word Filter with PowerShell on Outlook Live

  1. mark sunderlin says:

    I’d like a copy of your badword list please. I’m just rolling this out at our k-8 charter school.

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