Junk should be selected for spam emails. Once selected, the email will be moved from your Inbox to your Junk Email folder and the spam filters will be updated to categorise any such future emails as Junk.
Phishing should be selected for emails that look like phishing. Once selected, a copy of your message may be sent to Microsoft to help update our detection filters and the email will be moved from your Inbox to your Junk Email folder.
Not Junk should be selected if you receive a legitimate email from and known sender that is mistakenly marked as Junk. Once selected, this will move the message from the Junk Email folder to your Inbox.
Options will allow you to choose whether emails are automatically sent to Microsoft when they’re reported as junk or phishing attempts. In order to help improve the efficiency of Junk and Phishing detected it is recommended that a copy of messages is sent to Microsoft.
If you do not see the Report Message button in your Outlook, forward it as an attachment to the University IT Service Desk with the subject line ‘Email SPAM Report’.