The more we rely on the Internet, the more likely it is for hackers to steal our data, including your login credentials, credit card details, and other important personal information that could be compromised. The most common form of theft is phishing, which uses social engineering and web-based technology to trick users into clicking on email, text messages, instant messages, and so on, and users become victims when they open them.
To mitigate the prevalence of phishing attacks, Microsoft will allow Outlook users to report phishing messages. This will enable Microsoft to take the necessary steps quickly to make Outlook more secure. Microsoft will add this feature to Android’s next Outlook update, and the iOS version will follow.
Over the past few months, Microsoft has added many important features to the Outlook app on Android. The company recently introduced Actionable Messages to the Android version of Outlook. This feature makes it easy for managers to approve or reject leave approval emails in the Outlook application.
Microsoft Outlook is one of the most successful Microsoft applications on Android. The app recently installed more than 100 million in the Play Store. Considering that Gmail is pre-installed on almost all Android smartphones, this is an impressive number.