New Outlook Junk E-mail Add In for Office 365

Update: Now available for Outlook 2013 desktop client.

The Exchange Online Protection for Exchange (EOP) team announced to customers that they are shipping a new Outlook Junk E-mail Plug in on Sept 10th.

 

The Microsoft Junk E-mail Reporting Add-In for Microsoft Office Outlook will be available for download on 9/10/2010. To download the add-in from the Microsoft downloads page (Most people need the 32 bit version)click here.

 

The new plug in works on Outlook 2007,2010 and 2013.
 It adds a button to your Outlook toolbar that allows you to report junk e-mail directly to the EOP  team. 

After the Junk E-mail Add In is installed you can report junk email directly to the Microsoft EOP team by right clicking on any offending email and then clicking "Report Junk".

This is the text from the announcement:

The Microsoft Junk Email Reporting Add-in for Microsoft Office Outlook lets users report junk e-mail to Microsoft for analysis, allowing for targeted reduction in volume and impact of junk e-mail messages. This reporting add-in is an upgrade to the pre-existing Junk E-mail Reporting Tool version 1.1 for Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and offers the following benefits:

· One-click reporting that allows users to select junk e-mail and submit it for analysis to Forefront Online Protection for Exchange.

· Option to select and submit multiple e-mail messages with a single click.

· Automatically moving selected e-mail messages to the Junk E-Mail folder.

· Multi-language support.

· Options to send submitted e-mail messages to a Bcc address.

The Microsoft Junk E-mail Reporting Add-In for Microsoft Office Outlook will be available for download on 9/10/2010. To download the add-in from the Microsoft downloads page, click here.

For more information, see the user guide in the Microsoft TechNet Library.

For Office 365 Technical Administrators:

If you need help, contact Exchange Online Protection for Exchange (EOP)  Online Technical Support. In the United States and Canada, you can call toll-free (866) 291-7726 or dial direct (204) 927-2299. Outside the United States, call the Universal International Freephone Number 800-0000-0060.

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