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USPS adds button to report suspicious emails

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The “Report to CyberSafe” button makes it easier for employees to report suspicious emails to the CyberSafe at USPS team.

The Postal Service is making it easier for employees to report suspicious emails.

The Microsoft Outlook toolbar now features a “Report to CyberSafe” button that allows employees to quickly alert the CyberSafe at USPS team to phishing and other suspicious messages.

To use the new feature, follow these steps:

  • Select the email or emails, and then click the “Report to CyberSafe” button. If the email is already open, the button will appear in the email toolbar as well.
  • You will then see a pop-up window where you can provide optional information before sending the suspicious email to the CyberSafe at USPS team.
  • Once the report is sent, you will receive a pop-up notification confirming its receipt. The suspicious email will be automatically deleted from your inbox.

Employees are encouraged to use the “Report to CyberSafe” button as the primary method for reporting suspicious emails.

The CyberSafe at USPS sites on Blue and LiteBlue and have additional information.

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