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    Default Address Book question.

    I'd like to make it so a user can only e-mail people in the GAL. Basically, I want to block the manual entry of e-mail addresses. We only want people to e-mail authorized accounts.

    Anyone know how I can do this?

    Bruce

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    Restrict sending to certain domains - Zimbra :: Wiki & RestrictPostfixRecipients - Zimbra :: Wiki are some current things you could do.

    Be sure to vote on: Bug 5595 - per-domain send restriction (& even Bug 9620 - Mail policies and access control for sending to distribution lists)
    Make check boxes for:
    -User can send email outside of their domain
    -User can recieve mail from outside their domain

    That is to say we don't want to overlook having a blank to enter what domains they can sent to/receive from (but those 2 checkboxes alone would solve 80% of people's questions).

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    Thanks for the links - they are appreciated. I'm not a Postfix guy, so I am still trying to digest them to make sure I get what's happening and that it will provide the functionality I need.

    I hate that I can't just force users to the GAL as their only e-mail address source.

    Bruce

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