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    Can you just try to create /opt/zimbra/conf/postfix_smtpd_sender_restrictions this file with following content.

    check_sender_access hash:/opt/zimbra/conf/access_sender


    then restart MTA.

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    Smile restrict users to sending mail to particular domain Not working 7.1.3 version

    I have followed the instructions given (Thanks to Wiki & Docs ). But it restricting all the outgoing mails. nothing found wrong in MTA log. I m using 7.1.3 Opensource Edn. What could be the wrong ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbelangovan View Post
    I have followed the instructions given (Thanks to Wiki & Docs ). But it restricting all the outgoing mails. nothing found wrong in MTA log. I m using 7.1.3 Opensource Edn. What could be the wrong ?
    Yes, it will block all your outgoing traffic. That's what the requirement was in my question.

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