The Phish Alert plugins for office 365 are in the form of json files.
You first need to request these plugins by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Navigate to your google account and open the google drive application.
Click the gear icon on the top right and click on settings.
Then click on manage apps.
And then click on connect more apps. At the popup window, search for Google apps script and click connect. Once done click the X icon and then done.
Then upload the add-on to your account, right click it and click on open with Google apps script.
Once it opens, click on Publish and then Deploy from Manifest.
At the window that pops up click on Get ID.
At the deployment ID window, copy the Deployment ID key.
Navigate back to your Gmail account, click the gear icon and then settings.
Click on add-ons and then tick the enable developer add-ons for my account option.
At the prompt click enable.
Paste the deployment ID key in the box and click install.
At the popup box, tick the, I trust the developer of this add-on and click install.
You will now have a new section called installed developer add-ons and Phish alert should be listed below.
Navigate back to your Gmail’s inbox and a notification will popup informing you that Phish Alert has been installed. Click Dismiss.
For the first time you need to use the Phish Alert plugin, you need to select the email you suspect as phishing and click the Phish Alert button. You need to authorize access to your account only for the first time. Click Authorize Access.
A google account login portal will open which will require you to login in order to authenticate.
You will receive a “This app isn’t verified” notification. Click advanced and then click go to gmail-addon (unsafe).
At the next screen click Allow.
The add-on will then display a send to ICSI option.