We have added a new feature and you will soon
have it in your outlook, just keep it online.
It can be found underneath Home in outlook.
So what is so special with this add-ins?
As we are depending as many other companies on office365 protection.
But we all can help out to make it better, by report emails that we see that
are Junk, Phishing or not junk.
So if you see junk/spam phishing email report it, when you do that you will get a message like this.
This add-in can be published to entire organization or specific people or group.
Office 365 already does several things for spam and phishing filtering , but there are a few things that customers can do to help cut down on these types of messages:
Submit spam and phishing samples back to Office 365
This is important!
The reason to submit spam back to Microsoft is that it greatly assists in speeding up the discovery of new campaigns as well as the replication of updated signatures. Abuse submissions are combined with multiple other data sources as confirmation signals for faster signature updates. This is true even if we are currently catching the campaign (i.e., the user received spam and our signatures subsequently updated, and then the user submits it to us).
To submit spam to Office 365,
please refer to this blog post:
Microsoft and Office 365 use these samples to update our anti-malware engines. You can also submit to VirusTotal. Office 365 uses 3 anti-malware engines and all of them are on VirusTotal, who shares samples amongst the other anti-malware companies.
Enable Bulk mail filtering
While neither spam nor phishing,
many customers often identify bulk email as spam. The bulk mail feature should
be enabled as it can help cut down on the overall level of spam complaints,
even if the content is bulk rather than explicitly malicious. For more
information, see my previous blog post:
For larger organizations, they
may want the services of companies that provide anti-phishing education,
conducting campaigns to help train users to become more aware of the phishing
problem. Two of the ones I am aware of are: