Office 365 Mail flow rules acting weird

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I may have previously posted in the wrong forum.. What am I doing wrong with these rules.? Everything is redirected from outside domains except the .us$. Still getting messages from that domain being redirected.. The com and others get through without being redirected, just not the .us$.. No other rules in place.. Thanks

 

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Hey @bucrepus,

 

Nothing looks off on your screenshot. I am guessing its something to do with handeling the "occurs at end of line ($)" wildcard for .us, and not the others for some reason. Clearly your syntax is right.

 

I cant say why that is not working, but let me offer maybe a solution to the problem?

 

Create another rule with a lower priority that looks for the string .us$, and try to add in something like a X-header. See if you can get that working. If so you can then add an exception to your rule and try it that way?

 

I would remove the .us conditon, and then create a new rule at a lower priority.

 

If that does not work, than clearly its just the syntax as a whole, and i think youll want to contact premier support to get them to take a look for you.

 

Good luck, Just know your syntax is on point, so its not anything obvious, and seems something more fundamentally wrong.

 

If you want us/me to look into it more, can you post an example header that is still getting caught/flagged, so we can look at the actual syntax of the message details.

 

Adam

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Thanks for the reply. Support had to do something to get it to work with that particular .US string on their end. It is working now.. Thanks again