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Managing Phishing Campaigns

Go to Phishing Simulation > Phishing Campaigns to see details of all your phishing campaigns. They are divided into two groups, which can be accessed by selecting either the Active or Not Active tabs at the top of the page. By default, your active phishing campaigns are displayed.

From this page you can view, create, and delete phishing campaigns. You also have the option of sending a test lure to either yourself or another recipient.

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  • The Active tab opens by default when you select¬†Phishing Simulation > Phishing Campaigns and displays all of your active phishing campaigns.

  • The Not Active tab displays phishing campaigns that you deleted and that are no longer running.

  • Use the search box PT-Phish-Sim-Search-Campaign.jpgto search the list of phishing campaigns. The list will automatically update as you begin typing.

  • Select the column column-icon.jpg icon to display the column names. Slide each on and off to view or hide a column.

    • Campaign Name: The name of your phishing campaign.

    • Customers/Active Users: This is the number of customers enrolled in the campaign and the combined total of their M365 active licensed users.

      Note

      If you have just created a campaign or enrolled customers in a campaign, you will need to refresh this page to see the updated number of Active Users.

    • Start Date: Date on which the phishing campaign begins sending lures.

    • End Date: Date when the phishing campaign finishes and lures are no longer sent. Note that a Continuous Campaign has no end date.

    • Status: Indicates the state of your phishing campaign, based on the following: