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In the Filter component you can use any Spark SQL syntax that can be used in the WHERE clause of a SQL SELECT query. See documentation here:

If you check for the available Spark SQL functions ( you can find the LIKE function. With that you can easily do a NOT LIKE:

<column-name> NOT LIKE '#%'

where <column-name> is just a field in your message.

Hope that helps

BR Guido