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    hey all,
    we are using Zimbra Open source 7 and we have applied restriction to some domains, that our senders can not send mails to restricted domains & its working but the problem is

    Email is sent to:

    TO: john@allowed.com
    CC: mike@restricted.com

    mike will not receive email, because it's blocked. john will receive it, but will see that it's addressed also to mike (bad behavior).


    we want to block email to mike and remove it from message which john will receive (good behavior), so John will never know that this message was also addressed to mike.

    is it possible?
    if not then is There any possibility to reject the complete email if in CC or BCC field any rejected domain's email is present?

    any help will be appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aqeel View Post
    Email is sent to:

    TO: john@allowed.com
    CC: mike@restricted.com

    mike will not receive email, because it's blocked. john will receive it, but will see that it's addressed also to mike (bad behavior).
    Why is that bad? That's what a CC field is for.


    Quote Originally Posted by aqeel View Post
    we want to block email to mike and remove it from message which john will receive (good behavior), so Mike will never know that this message was also addressed to mike.
    What you should be using is the BCC field
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    Applause for your concern bill,
    you did not understand what i am asking, the scenario is: If in CC Field there is a restricted domains address is present in the mail, it does not delivers to it, but where it delivers it shows that the Email is also addressed to a RESTRICTED domain in The CC field, we want that if it is blocking it also remove the address of RESTRICTED domain from the header, is this possible?
    Last edited by aqeel; 11-28-2013 at 07:34 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aqeel View Post
    you did not understand what i am asking the scenario is
    Yes, I do.

    Quote Originally Posted by aqeel View Post
    y if in CC Field there is a restricted domains Email address is present the mail does not delivers to it but where it delivers it shows that the Email is also addressed to a RESTRICTED domain in CC field, we want that if it is blocking it also remove the address of RESTRICTED domain from the header, is this possible?
    Perhaps my reply wasn't clear enough. That will always happen with a CC (there is no possibility to change it), use the BCC instead and the recipient will never see those restricted domain addresses.
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    Bill


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    hi Guys,
    i found a third part tool that works for me perfectly,

    MSH Traffic Policy - content, attachments and email flow management for Postfix, Zimbra and Sendmail

    here you go

    Best Regards

    Aqeel

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