Danijel [MSFT]

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    Work has started. We plan to build an experience where end users and administrators can pick a specific resource to grant consent to, such as a specific group or site. This will be programmable through Microsoft Graph API.

    Danijel [MSFT] commented  · 

    EXO just released it :-)
    Scoping Microsoft Graph application permissions to specific Exchange Online mailboxes
    https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Exchange-Team-Blog/Scoping-Microsoft-Graph-application-permissions-to-specific/ba-p/671881

    Danijel [MSFT] commented  · 

    EXO just released it :-)
    Scoping Microsoft Graph application permissions to specific Exchange Online mailboxes
    https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Exchange-Team-Blog/Scoping-Microsoft-Graph-application-permissions-to-specific/ba-p/671881

    Danijel [MSFT] commented  · 

    all of my EXO customer are missing the option to "scope" the graph app permission. In the past all app develpoment used Exchange Web Service which allowed that "impersonation" permissions could have been scoped to specific mailboxes. They are really blocked to port this apps to use Graph as per their security policy the apps should not have access to every mailbox, instead only to the mailbox the app should work with. Therefore they can´t use all the great new things provided by Graph and are stuck with the Exchange Web Service (which is no longer developed further). See Patrick linked uservoice.

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