Exclude some domains from an Office 365 bcc rule


I have set up a rule in our Office 365 to bcc all emails that are received into a mailbox to another email address.

This works fine.

But I need to exclude a few sender domains.  is this possible in 365 or should I be using something else?

Thanks Terry
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Justin EvansCommented:
I believe this can be done with a mail flow rule (Transport Rule)  

Have a look at this article.

Justin EvansCommented:
I can help you with the rule,  but I will need the current code to help,  please provide the powershell code so I can help.
Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
That's what exceptions are for. Simply add "the sender domain is" as exception and describe all the domains within.

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terrybuck9Author Commented:
I hadn't scrolled down so did not see the exceptions.

Thanks Terry
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