Mail flow rule procedures in Exchange Online

You can begin using transport rules by using the following procedures. To learn about concepts and objectives for transport rules, see Mail flow rules (transport rules) in Exchange Online.

Organization-wide message disclaimers, signatures, footers, or headers in Office 365 Information to help you set up a legal disclaimer, email disclaimer, consistent signature, email header, or email footer by using transport rules.

Create a Domain or User-Based Safe Sender or Blocked Sender List Using Transport Rules Information to help you create domain or user-based safe sender and blocked sender lists by using transport rules.

Manage message approval Information to help you create moderated distribution groups, and forward messages matching a wide variety of criteria to specific approvers.

Use mail flow rules to route email based on a list of words, phrases, or patterns Information to help you comply with your organization's email policies.

Use mail flow rules so messages can bypass Clutter Information to help you make sure messages are sent to an inbox instead of the Clutter folder.

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Manage mail flow rules Information to help you create, view, modify, enable, disable, or remove a transport rule, and information about importing and exporting transport rule collections.

Test a mail flow rule Information on various ways to test a transport rule.

Best practices for configuring mail flow rules Information to help you avoid common configuration errors.

Use mail protection reports in Office 365 to view data about malware, spam, and rule detections Information on how to view summary and detail reports about transport rule matches.