Create rule with Custom Attribute matching

Mountain Pond 1,391 Reputation points
2022-10-29T11:41:22.21+00:00

Hello, I have created a rule.
But I don't understand where I can specify the value to match.

It turns out the condition, all messages, except for users who have "Custom Atribute10" in AD - equal - ?
Compliance with what?
Obviously missing a parameter like "ExceptIfADComparisonAttributeValue"

There is clearly a missing value for the attribute to match.
Maybe I misunderstood, please help me understand.

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  1. Vasil Michev 98,766 Reputation points MVP
    2022-10-29T12:19:58.237+00:00

    That's not what this condition is used for mate. This condition basically allows you to check whether a given attribute (say customAtribute10) matches (has the same value) for both the sender and the recipient. The value itself does not matter, it can be anything. Similarly, you can configure "not match" condition, but again the value is irrelevant.
    There is no condition that allows you to directly evaluate a given custom attribute value for the sender/recipient. If that is your goal, best populate a DG with all recipients that have a given value for say customAttribute10, and then use the "is a member of this group" condition in your transport rule.


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