Depending on your company's security policies, certain content from external sources (for example, images) can be hidden in emails. To test user skills through simulated phishing campaigns, you must enable the display of content in emails. Learn more about how to enable the display of content from third-party sources in Microsoft Outlook.
To create a phishing campaign:
The Add new campaign page opens on the Email template step.
You can preview the email by clicking the icon.
This brings you to the Participants step.
You can use filters to search users.
You can only select users who meet at least one of the following terms:
The invite was automatically sent to the users after training started in their groups. You can resend invites manually.
In this case you don't need to obtain user consent.
This brings you to the Schedule step.
Emails based on all templates added to the campaign will be sent to users simultaneously immediately after the campaign is created.
Emails based on all templates added to the campaign will be sent to users simultaneously at the stated time.
Emails based on the templates added to the campaign will be sent at random intervals during a specified time period.
Phishing campaign results will only be available after the data collection period has ended. Until then, you will only be able to see the number of clicks on links from emails.
The phishing campaign is now created. The page with information about the campaign will be shown in the Statistics tab.To the top