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    Caterpillar is offline Active Member
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    Default Allowing mails to send to some domains.

    Hi All..

    I'm using zimbra 5.0.14 on debian etch. We have implemented outgoing mail restriction to the mail server. Access Below link :- Postfix Per-Client/User/etc. Access Control

    Now my client need the restricted users to send emails to few domains, As they dont have any access other than local domain. So how to add another domain name so that user can send emails to another domain. Please anybody can help me with this?

    Example :-

    User from abc.com will not have access to send emails to xyz.com due to restriction. But he has to send emails to efg.com. How do i give permission to send emails to that domains.

    Waiting......

    Warm Regards
    Caterpillar..

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caterpillar View Post
    Waiting......
    While you're waiting you could search the wiki or forums for the word 'restrict'.
    Regards


    Bill


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