Mar 31 2017
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May 24 2021
One common mistake among most users and even IT administrators is they are deleting Spam and Malicious messages from their Inbox (those messages that bypass Anti-Spam). Deleting message just delete it and won't help anyone else. But you should mark it as Junk instead.
Doing so , not only place the message into spam folder but it also notify the Anti-Spam engine that there was a message which classified incorrectly and if the same message send to other people, it will be blocked.
Apr 04 2017 11:38 AM
I forward the message 'as an attachment' to firstname.lastname@example.org and/or email@example.com. The email item will be sent to the Microsoft mail security team for further analysis and investigation to help to improve the effectiveness of our email filtering technologies.
Then mark as junk and delete the message
Apr 11 2017 07:25 AM
Thank you for sharing this.
It is also a wise stratgey, mark as Junk also have the similar mechanism and it is easier for most users. Your method is also a good way especially if you see spam in another email provider (Gmail, Yahoo, Company mail,etc.) and you want to share it with Microsoft.