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Mailflow status report

Viewing the mailflow status report I have noticed "Rule messages" (picture).
What does it refer to?
There are no rules (transport rules) configured.
Could it be referred to "connection filtering"?

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Hi @Marc-8505

Any update here? Have you checked the result running the command below?


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Yes, that should be matches for the Transport rule agent. You should be able to verify/check this against the output of Get-MailDetailTransportRuleReport or

 Get-MailTrafficReport -EventType TransportRuleMessages
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Marc-8505 answered michev commented

I am going to check.
I was wondering: we didn't create any rules (mailflow-rules) so why the EOP is filterning email by Transport Rule?
Thanks

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Might be because of related technologies that rely on ETRs, for example Data Loss Prevention, or the Office Message Encryption feature. The cmdlets above will provide you with example messages, you can use the info gathered from them to run detailed message trace which in turn will show you which exact rule was triggered.

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I was not able to get more details working arround "TransportRuleMessages".

Could you please help me with some suggestions?

Thanks

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This cmdlet gives you just the counts, if you want details you need the first cmdlet, Get-MailDetailTransportRuleReport. Sorry for not being clear, the English in my head sometimes fails the real life test :)

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