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Phishing warning when receiving emails in Outlook

Phishing links can easily disclose your personal information if you click on them to open websites. That will be big hazards. But how to avoid clicking phishing links by mistake? The most efficient method for avoiding phishing is to get a warning when receiving an email message that mixed with phishing links. With the Check Malicious utility of Kutools for Outlook, you can easily get a phishing warning when receiving emails in Outlook.

Phishing warning when receiving emails in Outlook

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arrow blue right bubble Phishing warning when receiving emails in Outlook

For many Outlook users, they cannot distinguish the phishing links from the normal ones. The following screenshots will show you the differences between them.

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With Kutools for Outlook's Malicious utility, you can easily get phishing warning when receiving emails as follows.

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1. Firstly, please enable the Check Malicious utility by clicking Kutools > Options, then click Security tab, and then check the Check Malicious email box in the Options dialog box. See screenshots:

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Note: You can add malicious exceptions by clicking the Exceptions button and enter the email domain into the Check Malicious Exceptions dialog box.

2. When the email with phishing links arriving, a warning dialog will pop up to remind you that the message you just received is a malicious one. And you can see the email subject showing in the warning dialog. See screenshot:

3. At the same time, a Malicious mark will be automatically added before the email subject. So you can easily distinguish the malicious emails from other emails in the folder. See screenshot:

Demo: warn if incoming email containing phishing hyperlinks in Outlook

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