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Button Plugin Config

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Deploy the Phish button to enable your users to report Phish from within their email client.
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Refer to the following articles for information on creating and installing specific types of reporting buttons:

Feature Comparison Chart

The following chart describes the different features available for each of the reporting buttons. Numerical notes appear below the chart.

Feature

Microsoft
Exchange

Microsoft
Outlook

Google

Mac supported

Yes

No

Yes

Windows supported

Yes

Yes

Yes

Works on desktop browsers

Yes

No

Yes

Works on mobile browsers (iOS/Android/etc.)

No

No

No

Publish once to PhishLine server, run on all clients

Yes

No

N/A2

Publish once to your own web server, run on all clients

Yes

No

No

Install once from the Gmail Admin Console

No

No

Yes

Install on individual machines

N/A1

Yes

N/A

Warning message if no email selected

N/A2

Yes

N/A5

Include original subject

No3

Yes

Yes

Are you sure – Enabled

Yes4

Yes

Yes

Disable internal delete

Yes

Yes

Yes

Phishing button label

Yes

Yes

Yes

Phishing button tool tip title

Yes

Yes

N/A2

Phishing button tool tip

No

Yes

N/A2

Phishing report email subject

No3

Yes

Yes

Phishing body text

Yes

Yes

Yes

Internal send to

Yes

Yes

Yes

Internal report success pop-up message

Yes4

Yes

Yes

Reported internal body text

Yes

Yes

Yes

Internal domains

Yes

Yes

Yes

Mock message send to

Yes

Yes

Yes

Mock success message

Yes4

Yes

Yes

Report mock body text

Yes

Yes

Yes

Mock phishing headers

Yes

Yes

Yes

Not internal or mock phishing report send to

Yes

Yes

Yes

Not internal or mock phishing success message

Yes4

Yes

Yes

2-Step button

No

Yes

No

Spam button Available

No

Yes

No

Report multiple messages at once

No2

Yes

Yes

Runs on Outlook 2016 for OSX

Yes

No

No

Runs on Outlook 2013 and 2016 for Windows

Yes

Yes

No

Runs on Outlook 2010 for Windows

No

Yes

No

Requires .NET (v4.6.1)

No

Yes

No

Reported Emails are forwarded asIn-lineAttachmentAttachment
Reported Emails with attachmentsStored in Incident Response Dashboard6Stored in Incident Response Dashboard6Stored in Incident Response Dashboard6
Deletes reported emailsOptionalOptionalOptional
URLs of Reported EmailsViewable in Incident Response Dashboard6 Viewable in Incident Response Dashboard6 Viewable in Incident Response Dashboard6

Requires Office 365 or on-premises Exchange 2016
(Exchange 2013 is not supported. Might have limited button functionality.)

YesNoNo
  1. The Office 365 button can be installed by individuals or via the Powershell Exchange Console for specific groups. This installs the button on a per-user/account basis, not on a per-machine basis.
  2. The Interface/API does not compare between architectures.
  3. The original subject is included automatically because the mechanism used to report the message is a 'forward' instead of an attachment. 
  4. For older architectures (like Exchange 2013 On-Premises), the message will only stay on the screen momentarily.
  5. For the Gmail button, if no messages are selected, the button is not visible.
  6. Button can be configured to forward emails to an inbox for viewing.
  7. Optional for messages from approved (internal) domains. All other messages are deleted automatically.
  8. Hybrid implementations of Exchange (e.g., Exchange on-premise combined with Office 365 acting as a front end) are not supported and might not work with the Microsoft Exchange button.
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