Phishing Alert: Microsoft Outlook Web.

Many U-M community members received this email on the date below. This message is not from U-M. Do not respond, do not click on any link, and immediately delete it.

  • If you have already clicked on the link and entered any personal information—including your UMICH password—immediately change your password AND contact 4-HELP. An ITS Service Representative will check your account for any malicious activity that may already have been carried out by the sender of the phishing message.
  • If you have any concern that your email account may be compromised, contact 4-HELP.
Date Sent: 
Wednesday, May 9, 2018

[A link to a fake login page has been removed from this example.]

Today Wednesday 9, May 2018. We are upgrading our email system for Microsoft Outlook Web App 2018. This service creates more space and easy access to email. Please update your account by clicking on Activation below, fill information for activation and submit.

Click for UPDATE <link removed>

Inability to complete the information will render your account inactive.

Thank you.
IT Admin Desk

Phishing Site Screenshot: 
A fake Microsoft Outlook Web login is presented by the link in the phishing email.