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If you think that you get spammy and fishing emails in your personal email account only, and not in the professional email account, then you are wrong. Whenever you use your professional email account at a suspicious website, then get ready to face the spammy and phishing emails. The phishing email is a direct attack to steal your data, credit card details, login credentials, etc.
Many users fall into such trap unknowingly as the phishing email portray itself as an innocent mail and lures you to click on some links. It leads to the installation of malware on your system to steal crucial information.
When you have configured the MS Outlook with Exchange Server 2010 and using it as your email manager, then you need to be more cautious as the phishing mail can access or corrupt your professional data. It will be catastrophic for business as hackers can get sensitive business details. You should recognize and delete such emails as soon as possible from your system.
Exchange PowerShell lets you run useful cmdlets and make the desired changes in the whole Exchange setup. Here is the process of finding the phishing emails and delete them from the mailbox –
The cmdlet will first search for a message which has a subject ‘Lucky Draw Winner’ from the mailbox and delete it.
It is a simple procedure to find a message and delete it directly. You can input any search query based on the properties of a mail and delete the phishing emails. However, there are multiple limitations related to the method which make it not suitable to handle the phishing emails.
Kernel for Exchange recovers corrupt Exchange databases and lets you save mailboxes in full health and without any virus. It works as an EDB to PST converter which has multiple features which helps the user to recover the unlimited mailboxes –