Use DLP to Alert on Specific Recipients

Is it possible to use DLP in Office 365 to warn users when they are sending email to specific addresses?
slattdogAsked:
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slattdogAuthor Commented:
Thanks Adam.  That is actually the document I was reading through initially.  :-)  I guess my issue is that I don't see how/where to actually add email addresses in the setup of the DLP policy.
slattdogAuthor Commented:
It seams like the sensitive information types are already configured.  Do I have to create "labels" for the recipients I want to alert on?
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Adam BrownSr Solutions ArchitectCommented:
You would need to create a custom DLP policy with whatever rules you need to enforce on messages. I haven't worked with it in a while, so I don't know the exact instructions used these days.
slattdogAuthor Commented:
Thanks Adam.  That's what I was trying initially when I got "stuck".  It's the "how to" part that has me asking the question.
Ashot OganesyanCommented:
You can do that using DeviceLock DLP. There are real-time alerts for DLP rules. You can define almost any rule you need. For emails (including web mails), for Skype, for USB storage, etc.

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