Google has rolled out a new feature in Gmail that allows admins to disable spam filters and hide warning banners for all users or a specific list of senders. “You may consider turning off these warnings when conducting anti-phishing training with your end-users,” the company said in a workspace update blog post.

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Warning banners can be turned on or off at the domain and OU level, Google said. The end-users will not have access, and “admin configuration will determine whether you see spam warning banners in Gmail,” the company added.

The tech giant launched a beta of its client-side encryption for Gmail on the web in December 2022 that keeps sensitive data and attachments in email bodies unreadable even to Google servers.  

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