Automatically email Reports in 365

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Is it possible to email any of the reports from protection.office.com?  I'm looking for meaningful reports that can be passed along to management that can give them a good idea of the productive use of Microsoft 365 services.  Things such as malware reports, usage or other interesting reports that some of you experts use in your monitoring of the 365 tenant.  

Any suggestions on what you do and also if these reports can be automated and sent to the admin on a weekly or monthly basis?
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Commented:
Some of them can be scheduled, either from the SCC (look for the corresponding "create schedule" button on the report page) or via the New-ReportSchedule cmdlet.
Saif ShaikhServer engineer
Commented:
You can also download script to get reports for Office 365 Exchange Auditing and Reporting - Mailbox Usage, Traffic Reports, etc

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Office-365-Exchange-Online-4ceee521

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Commented:
thanks guys.  are there any security risks to using the AdminDroid that Saif is suggesting vs what Vasil is suggesting?
Saif ShaikhServer engineer

Commented:
There are no security issue.

Vasil is showing you how to using Office 365 admin Portal.
Saif is showing you how to using Office 365 Tool.

Look at the end in the above article Dashboards Preview which will show you how the tool will look like when installed and will only show you the reports, audits , mailbox traffic.

Instead of login in to admin portal and going to different places to get the report you get a single built tool from Microsoft to have all reports logged in one place.

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Ah, so this tool is built from
Microsoft?  I thought it was designed by third party?
Kundan GuptaSenior Administrator

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Scheduling options are available, So i personally do not recommand to use third party app.

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/eopfieldnotes/2015/06/12/scheduling-mail-reports-in-office-365/
Saif ShaikhServer engineer

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The article script is on Microsoft Tech Net and not a third party tool.

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Office-365-Exchange-Online-4ceee521
Kundan GuptaSenior Administrator

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Scripts  at https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com is not safe until you know how its works. Those are not actually Microsoft verified scripts.

Beware of using those exe files or scripts before using.

Enjoy

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Thank you.  I would tend to agree.

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