Exchange 2013 released with multiple changes and enhancements. Some of the features got depreciated and roles got consolidated.
Rule that based on certain conditions delivers email over TLS was eye-catching.
Below are some of the changes in Transport Rules:
Few New Features are:
- Action: RouteMessageOutboundRequireTLS – Required TLS encryption when delivering email to recipient domain. If TLS is not supported, message gets rejected and not delivered.
- Action: GenerateIncidentReport – Generates Incident Report for email that is sent to SMTP address. The Action gives option to include “Original Email” if required.
- Action: NotifySender – If an email doesn’t satisfy DLP policies then the Action can be set to either route email message normally with notification to sender or reject the message with information to sender.
- Predicates: SenderIPRanges – It is used to detect messages coming from a specific IP ranges and take necessary action thereafter.
Complete details can be found on below TechNet Article: