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Remember that each hub transport server caches data. Therefore, if you send a message inside a site that has four hub transport servers, your message could be handled by any of those servers. Accordingly, if you decide to restart the transport service to flush and reload the cache on one server, you should perform the same operation on all servers to ensure that all the caches are consistent.
Transferring rules between Exchange versions
You don t need to transfer transport rules when Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010 servers operate in the same organization because the servers will share a common set of rules and understand how to process them. As mentioned at the start of this section, Exchange 2007 hub transport servers won t be able to access rules created by Exchange 2010 and will
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therefore ignore them. Exchange 2010 hub transport servers can access rules created by both versions. There might be the need to transfer an existing set of transport rules from an Exchange 2007 organization to a new Exchange 2010 organization that is set up for test purposes or to be the future deployment platform. Apart from the ExportTransportRuleCollection and Import-TransportRuleCollection cmdlets, there is no built in-facility to transfer transport rules from one Exchange server to another. These cmdlets are intended to export rules from an Exchange organization and import them into Edge servers. The Import-TransportRuleCollection cmdlet is able to import a set of transport rules exported from an Exchange 2007 organization, so it s the one that you should use to get your old rule set across to Exchange 2010.
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Exchange 2010 and delete and bounce actions
One slight problem that you might encounter is that Exchange 2010 is more exact about the use of the delete and bounce actions . These actions are terminal in that a transport rule will perform no more processing after it encounters an instruction to delete a message or to bounce it to another user . Exchange 2007 wasn t quite so picky and it allows transport rules to combine these actions with another . For example, a rule might copy a blocked message to an administrator s address at the same time as it deletes it . In this scenario, the administrator gets a chance to review the content of blocked messages to ensure that the rule is operating properly and to coach users who receive blocked messages as to why they have been dropped by Exchange . It might be possible to work around the problem by building one rule to apply whatever processing is necessary for a message and have another rule that deletes or bounces the message . As long as the delete or bounce rule has a lower priority than the other rule, the two should work happily together to accomplish the goal .
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Transport rule actions
Transport rule priority provides the obvious framework for rule execution. Internally, Exchange maintains a table of available actions for transport rules. Different sets of actions are available on hub transport and Edge servers, largely because hub transport servers can access Active Directory information whereas Edge servers cannot. You examine the available action set with the Get-TransportRuleAction cmdlet. We have encountered many of these actions as we worked through the different examples of transport rules, from adding a disclaimer to sending a message to a manager for moderation. The set available on a hub transport server is:
Transport rules 1113
Get-TransportRuleAction
Name ---PrependSubject ApplyClassification ApplyHtmlDisclaimer RightsProtectMessage SetSCL SetHeader RemoveHeader AddToRecipient CopyTo BlindCopyTo AddManagerAsRecipientType ModerateMessageByUser for ModerateMessageByManager RedirectMessage RejectMessage DeleteMessage
Rank LinkedDisplayText --0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ----------------prepend message subject with <a id="PrependSubject">string</a> apply <a id="ApplyClassification">message classification</a> <a id="ApplyHtmlDisclaimerLocation">append</a><a rights protect message with <a id="ApplyRightsProtectionTemplate">RMS set the spam confidence level to<a id="SetSCL">value</a> set <a id="SetHeaderName">header</a> with <a > remove <a id="RemoveHeader">header</a> add a recipient in the To field <a id="AddToRecipients">addresses</a> copy the message to <a id="CopyTo">addresses</a> Blind carbon copy (Bcc) the message to <a > add the sender's manager as a <a forward the message to <a id="ModerateMessageByUser">addresses</a> forward the message to the sender's manager for moderation<a redirect the message to <a id="RedirectMessageTo">addresses</a> send <a id="RejectMessageReasonText">rejection message</a> to sender Delete the message without notifying anyone<a id="DeleteMessage"></a>
The rule actions are listed in the order in which they are processed by transport rules. You can see more detail by specifying the name of the rule action you want to examine:
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