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Transport rules are shared among all hub transport servers in an organization. Each rule has a priority from 0 (zero, the highest) downward to instruct the transport service what order to use when it processes the rules. When you open EMC and go to the Hub Transport section of Organization Configuration, EMC lists the current set of transport rules in priority order. You can amend the priority of a rule by selecting it and setting a new value, as shown in Figure 16-2. The new priority becomes effective immediately.
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Figure 16-2 Setting priority for a transport rule.
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The same effect can be achieved with EMS by first retrieving a list of rules with Get-TransportRule cmdlet and then setting the required priority. For example:
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Apart from establishing a clear order of precedence for rule execution, priority can sometimes provide a workaround to a limitation that exists in transport rules. Many rule conditions evaluate a property of a message but can only examine that property for one value. For example, a rule can check for an SCL value determined for a message but only look for one value because the predicate applies that restriction. Thus, if you want to check for two SCL values (say, 5 and 6), you need multiple rules. You could have one rule to check for an SCL value of 5, another to check for an SCL value of 6, and have both apply an update action to write a value into the message header. A third rule that follows the other rules could then check for the value in the message header and take whatever action is required. It s an imperfect but effective way of extending transport rule functionality to work around a small limitation.
See http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa995960(EXCHG.80).aspx for information on transport rule predicates .
Creating a corporate disclaimer
Creating a corporate disclaimer that s appended to every outgoing message is a common requirement in messaging deployments, so it s a good example to illustrate how to go about creating a transport rule. To begin, click the Hub Transport section of the Organization Configuration section in EMC and click the Transport Rules tab. Click Create New Transport Rule to launch the wizard. 16 The first step (Figure 16-3) is to name the new rule and provide a description. The description is only available to administrators and it s a good idea to include an explanation of what the rule is intended to do, who created it, and when the rule was implemented.
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Although it might seem tiresome to input this amount of information when you re creating a rule, memories fade and it is extremely valuable to understand the whys and wherefores of a rule collection when the time comes to move to a new version of Exchange (at which time you might have to upgrade rules) or a new administrator joins the team and has to be brought up to speed on the details of the Exchange organization .
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Figure 16-3 Creating a new transport rule.
The next two steps in the wizard allow you to configure the conditions under which Exchange will apply the rule and the actions taken to apply the rule. For a disclaimer, the conditions are usually straightforward. We can do the following:
Apply the disclaimer to all messages. Apply the disclaimer only to messages that go to external recipients. Apply different disclaimers for different destinations.
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