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Is possible create an address just for receive but not send?

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Tasagore Seibei - 02:48am, Aug 17 2022

Hi

I know that I can configure an account to send only to selected domains but if I use that account and put some address in CC or CCO, Mdaemon sends that message no matter the domain, is there any way to lock the credential so it can only be used to receive but not send?

Example for account test@test.com configured just for internal use:

1) TO: test2@test.com -)works fine because is same domain and the message can be routed
2) TO: test2@gmail.com -)works fine because is outside domain and the message is not routed
3) TO: test2@test.com, CC:test2@gmail.com -) both copies are sent, wrong behavior since the CC one is for an external domain.

Basically I need an address for receive messages (with CC) but I don't want send it outside because I need to process it with a special app.

Is that possible?

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Tasagore Seibei - Aug 17, 2022 1:56 pm (#4 Total: 8)  

 

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That's for domains outside the server but doesn't work if you have the CC domain in the same server, example if you have domain1.com and domain2.com you can always send messages between them, no matters if you have configured restrictions or not.

Should be fine if the restriction was "send only to sender domain".

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Arron Caruth - Aug 17, 2022 2:30 pm (#5 Total: 8)  

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In my testing the rule does not allow is working as expected.  I can send to users @domain.com, but I cannot send to users on any other domain.  
 
Make sure your rule is checking the X-MDaemon-Deliver-To header and not the TO header.
 
If you are still having issues, please send me a copy of your cfrules.dat file along with the Inbound-SMTP, Content Filter, Routing, and oubtound SMTP logs that show the message being processed and a copy of the MSG file for the message. 
 
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On Wed, 17 Aug 2022 13:56:35 -0500, "lists-md-support@mdaemon.com (Tasagore Seibei)" <lists-md-support@mdaemon.com> wrote:
That's form domains outside the server but doesn't work if you have the CC domain in the same server, example if I have domain1.com and domain2.com you can allways send messages between them, no matters if you have configured restrictions or not.


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  • Tasagore Seibei (Aug 22, 2022 11:47 am)


  • Tasagore Seibei - Aug 22, 2022 11:47 am (#6 Total: 8)  

     

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    Replying to: Arron Caruth (Aug 17, 2022 2:30 pm)
    In my testing the rule does not allow is working as expected.&nbsp; I can send to users @domain.com, but I...

    Hi, I've taken a look but I can't choose if I want to check the TO header or the X-Mdaemon-Deliver-To header.

    I'm configuring the Restrictions section under an account and there I can only choose if I want restrict messages FROM outside or restrict messages TO outside domains.

    I guess you're talking about content rule, right?

    This is the scenery I'm trying to get:

    1) I configure the account test@mydomain.com in any mail client (outlook or whatever) for send but not receive

    2) With that client I send a email with this headers:

    TO: test@mydomain.com
    CC: test1@gmail.com,tes2@myotherdomain.com

    3) Mdaemon must receive the message and put a copy in test@mydomain.com (same as sender) but not deliver neither test1@gmail.com (outside the server) nor test2@myotherdomain.com (inside the Mdaemon server). And preferable not to generate errors.

    Should it be possible?

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