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On Exchange 2010, how do you adjust the content policy for one user?

One of the users on a server we manage is being blocked from sending/receiving emails from certain sites that are trusted. It is sating "content policy violation". Is there a way to change/remove the content policy for this one user to be able to prevent their emails being blocked, as this is preventing them from completing their work
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
How/Why are they being blocked? Do you have transport rules in place specifically for this user?

I would also be checking your spam filter as well to ensure that it is not coming from there.

Will.
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dcleaverAuthor Commented:
I am unsure on how there being blocked but I think there being blocked because of certain words found in the email that break the content policy. No there are no transport rules in place for this user that I know of
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
because of certain words found in the email that break the content policy.

This would be an Out-going spam filter rule then. As stated in my first post start there.

Try testing this concept with another account and see if you get the same results.

Will.
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dcleaverAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the advice, will investigate further
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