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I have created 2 transport rules in Exchange 2010 SP1 to attach email signatures due to Exclaimer not supporting 2010, the second rule is the main one and that works without any problem.

The first rule attaches a slightly modified signature for users who do not have a mobile number specified in their AD user, the exact Condition is 'When the sender's properties contain specific words' and the way I have written it is mobilenumber: ^$ to try specify a null value.

The first rule never seems to work and the second rule ends up attaching the signature with a blank part for where the mobile number usually is.
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by:endital1097
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what do you mean exclaimer not supporting 2010?
can you post an image of the transport rule?
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by:SectorX4
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Official word from Exclaimer support is that it should work on Exchange 2010 but it is not supported.

I have attached part of the Transport Rule, let me know if you need anything more than that.

transport.rule.jpg
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is the correct syntax ^$ or !$
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by:SectorX4
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I just tried !$ and the result is the same as ^$
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nevermind you're using regular expressions (looking on my test i realized this, used to powershell)
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by:SectorX4
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I did a bit of googling on this and couldn't find much documentation from Microsoft or others on how to perform advanced matching like this and I'm not really that experienced in building regular expressions.
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Still require help with this, anyone?
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I have since had to abandon this due to leaving my current job,  will leave this problem for the contractor taking over the IT work and will close this question.
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See answer.
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