help creating a rule using a wildcard email address

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Occasional Contributor

Hi

 

I have been asked by a client to set up a rule in Exchange Online. Can someone help me achieve this?

 

I want emails sent to unsub%@domain.com to be redirected to a public folder called support.

 

Is this possible? 

 

1 Reply

Transport rules do support wildcards (see for example the "The recipient address matches" predicate), or you can simply use domain-based one ("a recipient domain is..."). If you are trying to do some sort of catch-all scenario, do a search on the net, there are many articles describing how to make it work in O365 (though it's not a supported scenario).