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Exchange 2007 Transport Rule - And Exceptions

Posted on 2014-02-25
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I would like to put two exceptions on a hub transport rule and have it be

THIS AND THAT, it is currently THIS OR THAT.

I want the exception to be when I have NO REPLY in the subject and when it is from my address.
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Question by:Kent Fichtner
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Unfortunately you can't do this with Exchange 2007 transport rules.

No matter how many exceptions there are, it only takes one to exclude the rule from processing.

It is the opposite for conditions, all conditions must be satisfied for the rule to process.
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