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    Default disable webmail access to particular user/domain

    I am using Zimbra 4.5.3 and I want to disable webmail access to particular user/domain. Does anyone know how to do it. Thank you!

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    Not that I am aware of; however that sounds like a good request.
    File it in the bugzilla

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    Default disable webclient access - bug 16099

    I've submitted this good idea as a bug here:

    http://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=16099

    I find this a good point for security, because some users should
    be restricted to IMAP/POP access, and Zimbra Webclient could be
    an extra feature.

    Or for some paranoic boss it could be a security related issue
    to lock the users to a specific kind of access (users in the
    office only IMAP, users on the roadonly webclient)

    As addition a feature for disabling users to delete emails
    (or onlydeny empty trash) could be fine for audit issues.

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    Does anyone have an update on the status of this enhancement? I have checked the bugzilla, and there hasn't been anything new since 4-23-08.

    I would find it very handy to be able to only allow certain individuals the ability to login via webmail. I could see a simple filter field being added in the Zimbra Admin Console under a user to list the network(s) that they could access from - ie 0.0.0.0 for no access, 192.168.0.0/xx for the local subnet or xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/yy for external/remote site access.

    Thanks for any information on this enhancement!

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    Welcome to the forums

    Please vote for that enhancement so that the Zimbra project managers can factor it in when looking at the next features to include.

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    Are there any third-party addons/plugins for this. I am planning to install Zimbra in a VPS. I would like to have something, that would restrict a group of users accessing the mail from our ip address. IMAP/POP/Webmail, that group of users cannot access mail outside our company.
    Is there something that could be done?
    P.S: I just voted for the above mentioned request in bugzilla.

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    Welcome to the forums

    The only way I can think of doing it would be to block by IP address range using IPTables.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uxbod View Post
    The only way I can think of doing it would be to block by IP address range using IPTables.
    In that case, it will apply for all the users right? I would like to apply this restriction for just one/some group(s) of users.

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    Correct, but until the RFE has been implemented you have very little choice.

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    uxbod - thanks for the welcome

    I, too, have voted for the bugzilla. Is there any other way to have this feature expedited?

    thnx - mistrz

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