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Exchange 2010 Determine Which Attachment Filter getting applied to Email

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I have an e-mail message that has the attachment stripped from it by Exchange Edge Attachment Filter policy.  The file is a zip file, that contains a password protected csv file.  The problem is, that my AttachmentFilter entries do not contain either of these extensions, so i'm not sure which of my many ContentType or FileName type attachment filters is being applied to this attachment.

Are there any logs available that would indicate which filter entry is being applied to this message, or am I just looking at a process of elimination here?
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You just need to enable Exchange Message Tracking, then you'll be able to follow the message end-to-end.

Here is a link that covers the subject quite well and should at least get you started:
http://exchangeserverpro.com/exchange-2010-message-tracking/
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Did you figure out where the filter was getting applied?
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