Allow contains in a subject to pass through spam filter

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Is there a way to let the contains of a subject line to pass through the spam filter?  I know you are whitelist domains and emails.  I am trying to let emails pass through that all will have the same subject line.  Thank you all for any advice.  

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The short answer is yes, through an Exchange Online transport rule that detects subject content and then sets the SCL to '-1'. However I can't stress enough that this would be a very poor solution as someone could easily use the subject line to bypass spam filtering for your tenant.