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Query Exchange Transport Rules with Powershell

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I would like to query mailboxes that dont have transport rules applied to them and export the list to excel using powershell. Please help!
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Unfortunately there are no Powershell attributes that allow you to see if the mailbox has a transport rule applied. Transport rules are applied at the Transport service level, not at the mailbox level. You can see policies but not transport rules.

This is becuase a mailbox when sending an email goes through the Transport layer at this point if the mail message meets the criteria then the transport rule is applied.

How many transport rules do you have in your environmet? If you dont have many it shouldn't be hard to look at each transport rule and view the conditions.

You can also use powershell to view the transport rules.

Get-TransportRule | ft

Will.
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