Now GA for Communication Compliance: OCR support and 7 added languages for pre-trained classifiers
Previously announced in public preview (MC238655), the following Communication Compliance features are now generally available:
- Leverage optical character recognition to extract and evaluate images in messages
- Support additional languages for Threat, Profanity, and Harassment classifiers
When this will happen:
These features are now generally available.
How this will affect your organization:
The Communication Compliance solution in the Microsoft 365 compliance center now supports the extraction of printed or handwritten text from images using Azure Computer Vision Optical Character Recognition (OCR). Text extracted can then be evaluated against conditions defined in your Communication Compliance policies.
What you need to do to prepare:
Threat, Profanity, and Harassment classifiers in the following languages, including seven newly supported languages:Additionally, Communication Compliance will now be able to detect content that maps to
To make use of these features, admins will need to explicitly configure a Communication Compliance policy and select optical character recognition or additional languages to detect as part of the policy conditions.
By default, global administrators do not have access to Communication Compliance features. To enable permissions for Communication Compliance features, see Make Communication Compliance available in your organization.
You might want to notify appropriate users about this new capability and update your training and documentation as needed.
Message ID: MC259656