External Email Notification
What is changing?
Starting May 18th when faculty or staff receive an email from a source which is external to the University they will see the following added at the very end of the email:
**This message originated from outside UNC. Please use caution when opening attachments or following links. Do not enter your UNC credentials when prompted by external links.**
Please see the example below.
Why is this change being made?
To help prevent phishing attempts against faculty and staff.
I don't think a specific message or sender should be tagged.
It is the intent that all external messages should be flagged. Just because a message is flagged does not mean that it is bad just that it originated outside of the University. However if you are certain that there is an error please enter a support ticket. Visit the www.help.unco.edu to submit a ticket or email them at email@example.com