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Journal rules based on domain

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Stephane Favre
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Hi there, we have a tenant hosting multiple domains and we require to setup a journal rule for a specific domain. What is the best way of achieving this? Is it possible?

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You can archive your goal with a Transport Rule based on the domain you need.
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