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    Question How to define a rule for Recipients/Carbon copy/Blind Carbon Copy?

    For example:
    this email can not be sent.
    recipients:xxx@otherdomain1.com;xxx@otherdomain2.c om

    this email will be sent.
    recipients:xxx@otherdomain1.com;xxx@otherdomain2.c om;xxx@mycompanydomain.com


    The point:
    At least include one our company email address: xxx@mycompanydomain.com in Recipients/CC or BCC.

    I think I should setup a rule in main.cf, but i have not any idea.

    Thank you in advance.
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    So any email that is sent you would want a copy going to xxx@mycompanydomain.com ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uxbod View Post
    So any email that is sent you would want a copy going to xxx@mycompanydomain.com ?
    No, I don't want a copy.
    In Recipients/CC/CC must have our company email address(at least one), otherwise this email can not be sent.

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    Please help!!!

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    You could force a BCC every time a email is sent :- http://www.zimbra.com/forums/adminis...-possible.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by uxbod View Post
    You could force a BCC every time a email is sent :- http://www.zimbra.com/forums/adminis...-possible.html
    I want to maunal input the cc/bcc account.
    Anyway, Thank you for your reply!!!

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