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In Exchange 2010 - what is the location of the filter directory for email that were sender filtered ? I'm used to finding them as a .tmp file in \Exchsrvr\Mailroot\vsi 1\Filter
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If I understand you're question correctly, you want to know where the emails went that were filtered?    If that's the case, I don't believe they "go anywhere"   Looking at my Exchange 2010 server in the EMC.  Organization Configuration > Hub Transport > Anti-Spam > Sender Filtering > Properties >  Actions...you only get two choices...reject the message at the edge...or pass it along to the recipient with a spam tag.

This article has a lot of great info on filtering  http://www.allspammedup.com/2012/08/troubleshooting-exchanges-built-in-anti-spam-technologies-pt-5-sender-filtering/
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That seems to be the case but I could never get confirmation on the fact that there no longer a turf directory
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for TPMcGill-Sheraton's comment #a40048647

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too a long time but not a real urgent question anyway
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I responded to the question the same day as it was resent as a neglected question and I believe I provided the correct answer.   I don't believe this should be zero points.
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