This article concerns safety tips in Outlook.

New feature: Safety Tips in Outlook and Outlook on the Web

Exchange Online Protection (EOP) already protects your organization with industry-leading spam and malware prevention. However, these attacks are so well crafted that they look legitimate. Sometimes putting messages into the Junk Email folder is not enough. Over the coming weeks, additional information will be provided when users check their email in Outlook on the web, and in Outlook.

How does this affect me?

Moving forward, as an example, a red Safety Tip in an email will mean that the message received contains something suspicious. It is recommended that you delete these types of email messages without opening them. More features to Safety Tips will be added to ensure that users have the best, most protected experience.

What do I need to do to prepare for this change?

You do not need to do anything. If you received a similar notification before, this update is to make Safety Tips available for your email in Outlook, not just Outlook on the web.

For more information on Email Safety Tips in Office 365, you can follow this URL to see examples: