How can I view a rule that I did not create?

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Microsoft Exchange
Microsoft Exchange Rules
When I select view rules, I get message that "rules on this computer do not match rules on Microsoft Exchange." How do I find out what those rules are?
ASKED: March 11, 2013  2:07 PM
UPDATED: January 13, 2014  10:25 AM

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  • Gulab Prasad
    The error message means, the Rules are not proper hence can't be created for Exchange Server. It's not for Specific exchange server.
    What rule you are trying to create.?
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  • TomLiotta

    The error message means, the Rules are not proper hence can't be created for Exchange Server

    That is not what the error message means. In general, it means that rules stored on the Exchange server for the mailbox may not exactly match the rules that are found on the PC that you're using to connect to the server. That might happen if, for example, you attempt to access a mailbox after you connect to the server through two different PCs.

    For Microsoft descriptions of conditions that result in that error, enter [ rules on this computer do not match rules on Microsoft Exchange ] into a Google search box. Choose the link from the resulting list that matches your software versions and environment.

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