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I created a transport rule that raises the scl for common bulk email and sends the email to quarantine. What happens if the transport rule fires on an email that a particular user has added to their safe senders list in outlook? will the user receive the email in there inbox?

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best response confirmed by Skipster311-1 (Frequent Contributor)
Solution
Safe lists have precedence over transport rule SCL adjustments, afaik. Test it, it should show the corresponding values in the headers.