All email, including internal email, is subject to spam filtering. However, this does not mean that spam and phishing emails never make it to your inbox. Inspect all emails carefully before opening them, and never click on links or attachments from unknown or suspicious senders. The information below describes what to do should you receive a spam or phishing email.
I am receiving spam or phishing email.
To lessen the amount of received spam mail, you should:
To safeguard your information, you should:
Spam is any kind of email that you don’t want and that you didn’t sign up to receive. Spam is annoying but most is harmless,
Phishing email messages are designed to steal money or for gaining access to personal information such as banking and accounts and passwords. Cybercriminals do this by installing malicious software on your computer to steal personal information, or tricking you to give this information to them by posing as a legitimate company.
If a legitimate message ends up in your Junk Email folder, you may wish to report this as a false positive.