If you're using the OWA (server-based) Phish Alert Button (PAB) in Outlook 2016 and you would like to add text to the PAB, you are able to.
How Do I Change the Text?
Prior to installing the PAB on your mail server, download the O365Manifest.xml file from your KnowBe4 Account Settings.
If you would like to change the text for OWA, open this file in a text editor and edit the following line of text:
If you would like to change the PAB text for Outlook, open the O365Manifest.xml file from your KnowBe4 Account Settings and edit the following lines of text:
Please note that the lines of text shown in the above image may vary depending on the number of languages that were added to your PAB instances through our Language Aware feature. To learn more about the language aware feature for Microsoft 365, please visit our Adding Languages to the Phish Alert Button article.
The text shown for the DefaultValue text on the groupLabel and paneReadButtonLabel is where you can add your customized text for the Phish Alert Button text. Then, save the file and install the PAB as you normally would.
If you've already installed the PAB on your server, you can follow the same steps as above to edit your PAB text. Once your edits are complete, you will need to:
- First, remove your existing PAB add-in from Microsoft 365.
- Then, add the new .xml file you've edited as an add-in.
Your users will then see the PAB with the custom text you created, as shown in the example below:
How Do I Change the Hover Over Text?
To change the Hover Over Text, use the same O365Manifest.xml file from your KnowBe4 Account Settings, open the file in a text editor and edit the following lines of text:
Follow the instructions listed in the How Do I Change the Text section of this article, to enter the replacement text in the DefaultValue for the labels that say "Phish Alert".
Having Trouble Locating Your Account Settings?
To locate your Account Settings, click your email address on the top right of the console, and click Account Settings. The O365Manifest.xml is located under the Phish Alert section in your Account Settings.