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    Default issues blocking outer domains to certain users...

    Release 7.0.0_GA_3077.RHEL5_20110127190032 NETWORK edition

    Here's my situation..
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    I'm using the wiki doc on
    restrict postfix recipients
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++

    We are running zimbra for several stores that are not allowed (at least I thought)...

    I thought they would only get mail from domains / users included in

    permitted_senders (it's generated hash file anyway...)



    I thought I had this resolved but outer domains are now emailing the users within "protected_recipients" (the generated hash file anyway)...

    my second line in main.cf is supposed to read

    smtpd_resriction_classes = permitted_senders_list

    It keeps changing to
    smtpd_restriction_classes = local_only

    is the read in file in /opt/zimbra/conf ? what file is it?
    Is this rewrite the reason protected user are getting emails from domains not included in permitted_senders??
    Thanks
    timg
    Centos 5.x 64 bit (migrated painfully)

    Zimbra 7.2.x

    Running on HP DL380 G8 with raid 10

    48 gb ram

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    RestrictPostfixRecipients - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Is the wiki entry I'm using... BTW..
    Centos 5.x 64 bit (migrated painfully)

    Zimbra 7.2.x

    Running on HP DL380 G8 with raid 10

    48 gb ram

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