include a junk/spam/phishing button on the app
make it possible and easy to mark mail as junk, spam, and phishing
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Elsie Anne Bean commented
DON PACELLA commented
Add the features of blocking, setting rules and reporting phishing to your Outlook app.
Jamila Skeete commented
Allow users to be able to report phishing emails from the outlook app just as you're able to on web browsers
Admin, Why is there a difference in the app from the website? The website allows you click an email and flag it as a phishing email
The app does not! moving it to spam does not block future phishing attempts, you need to take email phishing attempts seriously like your competitors.
An email should have an option to click Mark as Phishing AND Mark as Spam
Then your website should block them for all users
Lucas Constantino Delago commented
Implement the "Report Phishing" feature on Android App, as we already have on Outlook.com
anneliese vdd de vree commented
flag suspicious emails as suspicious
Stephanie Ball commented
update to spam folder
derek ebbrell commented
report emails as phishing on Android app
Jonas Povl Landt commented
I don't want to have to either open a dropdown or a menu, and then confirm deletion to instantly delete and report as phishing. I know what I'm doing.
Sanna Honeyman commented
Have essential features like blocking and reporting dangerous or obnoxious emails or email addresses. I have been receiving phishing scam emails pretending to be Apple, regularly. There is no option to block or report these types of emails.
Either integrate the function directly to report the messages as Phish/Spam, or enable Report Message add-in for the mobile versions of Outlook.
Guy T Phillips commented
in this android app, I can mark an incoming message as 'move to spam' or 'flag'.
in the online version of outlook, I can mark a message as 'flag', 'mark as junk' or 'mark as phishing'.
in my laptop version, my choices are 'flag', 'mark as junk' or 'block'.
can you cite a good reference where I can learn more about the variations to make a better decision in reducing or eliminating unwanted emails, please?
Deep Basak commented
"Move to Spam Folder" is not enough! We wish these kind of phising emails out of network. So innocent people don't fall in trap. In efforts to that we always try to report them, so these emails get identified and be stopped! We doing our part, so should you,
Please add option "Report Phishing Email" in the app like the web version
jessi smith commented
The website sucks on mobile and desktop site on Chrome just reloads. Am I just overlooking phishing scam on the app??
JAY DEE commented
received a fake email from DVA saying that a payment not received and requesting personal detaiils but when i look for a tab to report or scam tab there is no way to report via outlook. please address this in your app as it is frustrating.
Yu Bo Hung commented
It will be more convenient to have "phishing report" button on mobile version.
linda johnson commented
App needs more of same features and capabilities as using Outlook from my browser on my PC.
derek ebbrell commented
report phishing and spam account. block all
Stuart Tyler commented
Allow users to report an e-mail as a phishing attempt in the Android Outlook app
Salvatore Vitale commented
How about a searching and sorting algorithm to the Spam/phishing button... it should work like this: 1) you click the undesired spam mail that has for example the name "go casino" 2) you set a check mark or sorting like that on that spam mail that executes the code search for all Spam mails with the name "go casino" and check mark it 3) you can set it to be blocked and marked as phishing for the future. 4) optionally a button to crash their servers such that they can never spam again