Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2
Topic Last Modified: 2009-12-07
- Understanding Transport Rules
Learn about transport rules and how they can help you implement your organization's messaging policies.
- Understanding How Transport Rules Are Applied
Learn how transport rules are applied in different scenarios.
- Transport Rule Predicates
Learn about the transport rule predicates and properties available on Hub Transport and Edge Transport servers that are running Microsoft Exchange Server 2010.
- Transport Rule Actions
Learn about the transport rule actions and properties available on Exchange 2010 Hub Transport and Edge Transport servers.
- Regular Expressions in Transport Rules
Learn how you can use regular expressions to match text patterns in messages and supported attachments.
- Understanding Disclaimers
Learn about adding disclaimers and personal signatures to e-mail messages.
- Understanding Ethical Walls
Learn about ethical walls and how to use transport rules to implement them.
- Managing Transport Rules
Learn about managing transport rules in your Exchange organization.
- Transport Rules: End-to-End Tasks
Learn how to implement transport rules in specific scenarios.
Using Exchange Hosted Services
Transport messaging policies are enhanced by or are also available as a service from Microsoft Exchange Hosted Services.
Exchange Hosted Services is a set of four distinct hosted services:
- Hosted Filtering, which helps organizations protect themselves
from e-mail-borne malware
- Hosted Archive, which helps them satisfy retention requirements
- Hosted Encryption, which helps them encrypt data to preserve
- Hosted Continuity, which helps them preserve access to e-mail
during and after emergency situations
These services integrate with any on-premises Exchange servers that are managed in-house or Hosted Exchange e-mail services that are offered through service providers. For more information about Exchange Hosted Services, see Microsoft Exchange Hosted Services.