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Exchange 2010 Transport Rule - Can't find a specific exception

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Good Afternoon,

We are using Exchange 2010 version 14.03.0123.003.

I am trying to set up the below transport rule within exchange but am unable to complete it as I am not able to figure out what exception to choose as I can’t find it.

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This screen was obtain from the senior admins desk which he printed out and had on his desk. We can’t asked him what he chose as he died 3 days ago.

Is someone able to tell us how our senior admin got the rule to look like below?

Specifically the exception part (the last line).
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Hi,

The ECP will give you some default basic choices but it looks like this transport rule was created in powershell.

Use the get-transportrule for Exchange 2010 to view/review the details and use set-transportrule to modify any existing transport rules in powershell.

Hope that helps!
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