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   * Click Save    * Click Save 
   * If emails with certain attachements get blocked, setup a safe attachement policy: https://​​en-us/​article/​set-up-office-365-atp-safe-attachments-policies-078eb946-819a-4e13-8673-fe0c0ad3a775   * If emails with certain attachements get blocked, setup a safe attachement policy: https://​​en-us/​article/​set-up-office-365-atp-safe-attachments-policies-078eb946-819a-4e13-8673-fe0c0ad3a775
 +**O365 Advanced Threat Protection** ​
 +  * Go to https://​ and sign in with your work or school account.
 +  * In the left navigation, under Threat management > Policy > Safe Links.
 +  * In the Policies that apply to specific recipients section, choose New (the New button resembles a plus sign ( +)) to create a new policy. (Alternatively,​ you can edit an existing policy.)
 +  * Choose New to add a Safe Links policy for specific email recipients
 +  * Specify a name and description for your policy.
 +  * In the Do not rewrite the following URLs section, select the Enter a valid URL box, and then type a URL, and then choose the plus sign (+).
 +  * In the Applied To section, choose The recipient is a member of, and then choose the group(s) you want to include in your policy. Choose Add, and then choose OK.
 +  * When you are finished adding URLs, in the lower right corner of the screen, choose Save.
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