Phishing attacks are a form of fraud. Phishing attacks use email with fraudulent content to steal consumers' personal identity data and financial account credentials. Use Anti-Phishing Techniques option on ES UI to take action on messages that are phishing attacks or that are likely to contain phishing attacks. Go to Manage | Security Services | Anti-Phishing
For messages that contain phishing attacks or are likely to contain phishing attacks, choose one of the following actions:
Phishing blocking off (deliver messages to users) -- Do not take any protective action when receiving phishing emails.
Permanently delete -- Use this option with caution: deleted email cannot be retrieved.
Bounce back to sender -- Return the email message without accepting it.
Store in Junk Box -- Store email messages in the Junk box for the previously specified number of days.
Send to (email address) -- Forward the email message to the specified email address for review.
Tag with (text) -- Tag the email message by adding the entered text to the beginning of the subject line and deliver the message to the recipient.
Add X-Header -- Add an X-Header with the key and value specified to the email message. This option will not take any protective action against the email: it will simply add a header to the email. The first text field defines the X-Header, and the second text field is the value of the X-Header.
EXAMPLE:you could add a header of type "X-EMSJudgedThisEmail" with value "DefinitePhishing" resulting in this header being added to the email: "X-EMSJudgedThisEmail: DefinitePhishing"
Check the Allow users to unjunk phishing messages check box to allow users to unjunk messages containing phishing attacks.
Enter the email addresses of administrators or others in the Send copies of emails containing phishing attacks to the following email addresses text box.