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Exceptions, some of which are shown in Figure 6-16, are used to used to exempt messages that match a transport rule s conditions from the actions of a transport rule. For example, you might want a transport rule to apply to all messages in your organization except for those sent by a particular person. In this instance, it is easier to have no
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conditions, which means the rule applies to all messages, and then to configure an exception for that one user than it would be to create a condition that applied to everyone but that one user. A transport rule can have multiple exceptions. Unlike conditions where every specified condition must be met for a rule to apply, only one exception condition must be met for the message to be exempted from the rule.
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Lesson 2: Configuring Transport and Message Compliance
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The following exceptions can apply to a transport rule:
Except When The Message Is From People (select users) Except When The Message Is From Member Of Distribution List (select list) Except When The Message Is From Users Inside Or Outside The Organization (select one) Except When The Message Is Sent to People (select users) Except When The Message Is Sent To Member Of Distribution List (select list) Except When The Message Is Sent To Users Inside Or Outside The Organization (select one) Except When Any Of The Recipients In The To Field Is People (select users) Except When Any Of The Recipients In The To Field Is A Member Of Distribution List (select list) Except When Any Of The Recipients In The Cc Field Is People (select users) Except When Any Of The Recipients In The Cc Field Is A Member Of Distribution List (select list) Except When Any Of The Recipients In The To Field Or Cc Field Is People (select users) Except When Any Of The Recipients In The To Field Or Cc Field Is A Member Of Distribution List (select list) Except When The Message Is Marked As Classification (select classification) Except When The Text Specific Words Appears In The Subject (enter text) Except When The Text Specific Words Appears In The Subject Or The Body Of The Message (enter text) Except When The Text Specific Words Appear In A Message Header (enter text) Except When The From Address Contains Text Patterns (enter text pattern) Except When The Text Pattern Appears In Any Attachment File Name (enter text pattern) Except With A Spam Confidence Level (SCL) That Is Greater Than Or Equal To Limit (set limit) Except When The Size Of Any Attachment Is Greater Than Or Equal To Limit (set limit) Except When The Message Is Marked As Importance (set importance)
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When creating a transport rule using the wizard you configure exceptions after you configure actions. When considering the logic of a transport rule, it is best to define the set of messages that the actions should apply to first. When debugging transport rules, try to figure out why the conditions and exceptions might have missed a particular message before attempting to discover if the action was not applied.
Actions
Actions, some of which are shown in Figure 6-17, are applied to messages that meet transport rule conditions and do not meet any exceptions. Multiple actions can be applied to messages, although you should be careful when using multiple actions to ensure that they do not conflict with each other to produce an undesired result. When debugging transport rules, you should include the Log An Event action, as this will allow you to determine whether the rule was invoked by the conditions. Events are written to the local hub transport server s application log.
Figure 6-17
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