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    Default Restrict User to sending eMail__ He can only receiver

    Hello

    Since 3 days I'm searching for the user restriction.

    User cant mail to anybody, he can only receive.

    Is that possible? if yes how?

    Please help me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palash View Post
    Since 3 days I'm searching for the user restriction.

    User cant mail to anybody, he can only receive.
    I don't really understand what you mean by either of those statements.

    Quote Originally Posted by palash View Post
    Is that possible? if yes how?
    If you mean "restrict" the user to not send and external email then search the forums and the wiki for the word 'restrict'. I don't really understand why you can't find anything on this subject it's been covered extensively and there is a wiki article about it.

    Quote Originally Posted by palash View Post
    Please help me.
    It might be an idea if you helped us by providing a better description of what the problem is and which solutions you've tried. You should also update your forum profile with the output of the following command (do not post the output in this thread):

    Code:
    zmcontrol -v
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    Sorry For the Confusion

    I'm Using "Release 7.0.0_GA_3077.RHEL5_64_20110127201852 CentOS5_64 FOSS edition."


    Yes I want to restrict user who cant send mail. Means he can only receive mails

    I searched about that and also implemented the method but its not working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palash;238974I
    'm Using "Release 7.0.0_GA_3077.RHEL5_64_20110127201852 CentOS5_64 FOSS edition."
    I asked you to put that information in your forum profile not in this thread otherwise we'll have to ask you in every thread what version you're using.

    Quote Originally Posted by palash;238974I
    Yes I want to restrict user who cant send mail. Means he can only receive mails

    I searched about that and also implemented the method but its not working.
    Then you've most likely made a configuration error and you've provided no information about what changes you've made nor what errors you're seeing.
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    I used this "RestrictPostfixSenders"

    RestrictPostfixSenders - Zimbra :: Wiki


    Even though User can send mail.

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    Default May be the method is wrong....

    Quote Originally Posted by palash View Post
    I used this "RestrictPostfixSenders"

    RestrictPostfixSenders - Zimbra :: Wiki


    Even though User can send mail.
    May be the method is wrong....

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    Quote Originally Posted by palash View Post
    I used this "RestrictPostfixSenders"

    RestrictPostfixSenders - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Why did you use those instructions? This is a quote from the article (in fact, the very first line):

    This setup procedure will set up your server to allow outgoing mails from only the domains configured on the server itself.
    Why do you think that's going to stop outbound email? I've already told you this but go to the wiki and search for the word "restrict" and follow the instructions in the article that you'll find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Why did you use those instructions? This is a quote from the article (in fact, the very first line):

    Why do you think that's going to stop outbound email? I've already told you this but go to the wiki and search for the word "restrict" and follow the instructions in the article that you'll find.
    I'm too confusion in this thing...

    restrict few users from sending and receiving emails from external domains. They should be allowed to send email to the same (single) corporate domain.


    This is the scenario

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    Quote Originally Posted by palash View Post
    I'm too confusion in this thing...
    You and me both!

    Quote Originally Posted by palash View Post
    restrict few users from sending and receiving emails from external domains. They should be allowed to send email to the same (single) corporate domain.
    I thought I'd asked you a question earlier and you answered it as: you wanted a user to be able to receive email but not send it. If that's what you wanted then go to the wiki and search, as I've already said, for the word "restrict" and you'll find an article that tells you exactly how to do that. If that's not what you meant or not what you need then I'm sorry but I don't understand your question nor what you're trying to achieve.
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