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Nov 18 2014

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Header name in Exchange Transport Rules

If you need to create a new Transport Rule that checks the message header, either through Exchange Admin Center or Exchange Management Shell, you need to provide what is stated as Header Name in the GUI.

After some looking around, I found that the header is actually the header field name.

So for example, if you need to check the return path of a message. You should put the header name as “Return-Path” and words as required.

For easy analysis of headers, use the Message Analyzer in Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer.

For more information about SMTP headers, check this Wikipedia article, List of HTTP header fields.

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