The "NoReplyAll" add-in in Outlook is a very useful feature to prevent the recipient(s) from replying-all or forwarding email containing sensitive information or mass broadcasts.
The add-in adds two buttons to your New Email window in Outlook:
The email system has been upgraded recently for better spam email filtering. In the past, the subject of a spam email would be prefixed with "[Suspected Spam]".
In the upgraded version, the email system will hold back suspected spam emails in the server and send notification email to the user for future action. Colleagues will receive email from email@example.com with the subject "[Postmaster] Messages on hold for firstname.lastname@example.org"
The notification email will prompt user for further action. The actions listed in the notification email are as below:-
By choosing the action, user will be able to control unknown or suspicious emails going to their mailbox.
Sample spam notification email from the email system:
Microsoft is offering free e-books download on the Microsoft MSDN blog. E-books ranging from Windows 10 technical guide to SQL Server introduction are readily available for download at the website. The e-books come in a variety of file formats such as PDF, DOCX, EPUB, and MOBI which allows you to easily access those e-books on your laptop, tablet, or e-reader.
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