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    Default Restrict Postfix Recipients

    Hello,

    I followed the steps in the wiki RestrictPostfixRecipients - Zimbra :: Wiki to setup a distribution list that only permitted senders can send email to.
    It is working properly.

    How would I go about adding in another set of permitted senders that can send to a different distribution list?
    Is it possible? Is it easy?

    Thank you.

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    Just add another address to the Protcted Recipients list.
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    I know I can have multiple protected addresses, but what I need are protected addresses with varying lists of users who are allowed to use them.

    Here's an example:
    User1 and User2 @example.com are the only ones allowed to send emails to Distrib-1@example.com distribution list.

    User3 and User4 @example.com are the only ones allowed to send emails to Distrib-2@example.com distribution list.

    We have a few distribution lists that are only meant for internal use within specific departments.

    Thanks.

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