Mails are landing into quarantine even after creating bypass spam rule.

Mani 266 Reputation points

Hello experts,

We are maintaining Hybrid environment with all the user's are on-premises and mailboxes are cloud.

And here I'm facing an issue with Exchange transport rules.

1.We are having this Rule Quarantine for suspected spam emails and its priority is 20.

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Now I want to allow some of the senders to bypass this rule and the mails should receive directly to user's inbox.

2.Created a new rule Bypass spam filtering for requested senders and marked its priority to 19

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But still the mails are landing quarantine from the senders.

Have I missed any part here?

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  1. Aholic Liang-MSFT 13,741 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi Akhil ,

    If you disable the first rule(Quarantine for suspected spam emails), can senders who need to bypass the rule successfully send messages out?

    If it works, I would suggest that you can set exceptions directly in this rule.

    For example:


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