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Hi Everyone,

I'm in the process of setting up new recipient policies for my company.  I understand the concept of the policies and how they work, but the one thing I'm kind of confused about is the priority settings.  How exactly do these factor into the equation?

The way I understand it is that during RUS, if a particular user isn't included in the 1st priority filter, then it won't be applied and will search the 2nd filter, and so and so forth, until there is a match for them.  Is this correct?

Thanks
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See this article..
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319201
Hope this helps you
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