Access EOP Here

Click here to access the EOP spam system.


For any questions and support, contact the Technology Assistance Center (TAC).


More info on EOP can be found on the TechNet site here.

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Spam Filter - Exchange Online Protection

Microsoft's spam detection, Exchange Online Protection (EOP), provides an aggressive approach to filtering out spam messages from UNCW email accounts.


How do I access my EOP spam filter?

Will my EOP password change when my UNCW email account password changes?

What should I do with junk mail that I don't want in my Inbox?

Most of the junk mail messages in your Inbox are legitimate messages from reputable companies/vendors (not spam messages from unknown sources trying to obtain your personal information). You may unsubscribe from legitimate sources by choosing “unsubscribe” from the message. Do not provide any passwords or personal information when unsubscribing.

Why did I get this junk mail message? I never subscribed to anything from this vendor.

When signing up for conferences and newsletters or visiting various websites for information, there is often a statement in the terms and conditions which states that by signing up you are allowing the company/vendor to share your email address with affiliates, vendors, partners and others. While you may not have directly signed up for information, you may still receive email from these vendors/companies.

Can I report spam directly to Microsoft for analysis?

Yes. Please view details on this TechNet site.

How can I add a person to my Safe Senders or Blocked Senders lists?

How often will I receive email digest notifications?

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