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    Default Domain wise attachment ( message size ) restrictions in zimbra

    Hi Experts

    Please tell me whether its possible in zimbra ?

    Domain wise attachment ( message size or Emai size ) restrictions in zimbra.

    Example : If multiple domains in my server abc.com.

    abc.com domain users i have to set 8Mb , Mail sending to external domains i have to set 4MB.

    Note : i am not asking about File upload szie ( ex documents and briefcase )

    Please help me out in this

    Regards
    Arun

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    No, the message size is set as a global value and will affect all domains on the server.
    Users should be encouraged to send links to large files anyway.

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    Default Domain wise attachment ( message size ) restrictions

    Hi Experts

    We can use this option to filter size ( message size ) ?

    zimbra@qa03 ~]$ zmmailbox help filter

    addFilterRule(afrl) add filter rule

    deleteFilterRule(dfrl) add filter rule

    getFilterRules(gfrl) get filter rules

    modifyFilterRule(mfrl) add filter rule

    {conditions}:
    header "name" is|not_is|contains|not_contains|matches|not_matche s "value"
    header "name" exists|not_exists
    date before|not_before|after|not_after "YYYYMMDD"
    size under|not_under|over|not_over "1|1K|1M"
    body contains|not_contains "text"
    addressbook in|not_in "header-name"
    attachment exists|not_exists

    {actions}:
    keep
    discard
    fileinto "/path"
    tag "/tag"
    mark read|flagged
    redirect "address"
    stop


    Thanks and Regards
    Arun
    Last edited by arun@semansys.in; 10-22-2010 at 09:45 PM.

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    Yes you can use filters to filter things, and yes those filters can be set up at the command line. But what would you try to accomplish with that approach? The user would still be able to modify the filters that you set and bypass the restrictions.

    Plus there would be no feedback that the message had been dropped, causing problems for the admin's.

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