Do not allow End Users to release Phishing Mails in End User Spam notifications
Currently when an E-Mail is quarantined and the reason was "Phish" those E-Mails are included in the End User Spam notification message and an End-User is able to release the message to his/her inbox. Please add in the user notification only E-Mails which are marked as "Spam" within the Quarantine.
Samer Sultan commented
I wanted to add to this, I have found this very poor in design as well that users cannot release phishing emails.
Mostly because of the amount of false positives that it catches.
Quiet not clear why Microsoft is not providing the same functionality like in the Anti-Spam policy, so that the user can self release and get a notification.
The Anti-phishing policy is generating a lot of false positives.
It is not really useful without recipient notification and self release option.
We have ATP and my users only have the SPAM and BULK SPAM options to release. I wish I had the option to turn on and off what I wanted them to see.
Just for reference: here's a somewhat similar ides (but not differentiating spam from phish): https://office365.uservoice.com/forums/289138-office-365-security-compliance/suggestions/12556947-quarantine-notifications-but-no-release-functiona
Peter Forster commented
not all users of our customers are using ATP so they are still able to forward those messages to themselfes.
Peter, do you have ATP on this account? Since ATP all spam emails are 'Phish' and no longer included in quarantine digest.