Microsoft today announced that Clutter will be on by default to help more people benefit from Clutter. Clutter moves less important emails out of your inbox and keeps you focused what’s most important to you. Microsoft is also announcing new administrative controls for Clutter and improving how Clutter interacts with users. There are two new PowerShell cmdlets to report on and turn off Clutter for users. These cmdlets are available for use today. Organizations who want to manage use of Clutter should use the cmdlet to turn off Clutter before it is turned on by default in June.
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