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mcanosam

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Hi, I need to block all outgoing mails to a specific count.
That is, must be impossible that somebody send a mail to that count (of another domain).
I could do that with spam filter using field "To" and "CC", but i need "CCO" to
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freakinvibe

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I don't think the spam filter is used for outgoing mail at all, so even if you add a rule for the "To:" header, this doesn't help.

The trick you could do is to create the domain on KMS. KMS will not send out any mails to that domain, because it thinks it is a local domain.

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mcanosam

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Thanks for the response.
Adding the rule "To" and "CC" works fine.
About adding a domain, i don't want to block a domain, i need to block only an e-mail address (for example, only pperez<_a.t_>domain.com)
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freakinvibe

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OK, then add a rule that checks for

Bcc: pperez<_a.t_>domain.com

The Bcc: is also recorded in the header of the Sent Items.

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mcanosam

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I thought so, but "BCC" isn't in the list to choice. The list only contain "To", "From", "CC", "X-Envelop-to", "Subject", "Sender" and "Recieved".
I'm using 6.4.2 buid 4490
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freakinvibe

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It doesn't have to be in the list. Just type into the field.

The list are just suggestions of the most common fields. But you can type anything you like.

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mcanosam

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Ok!...but how exactly i set up each field?
I'm trying with distinct options but not work
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freakinvibe

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Add a new custom rule with the following fields:

Description: pperez<_a.t_>domain.com
Header: Bcc
Type: Contains address
Content: pperez<_a.t_>domain.com

Then: Tick "Treat the message as Spam and reject it"

Of course you must replace pperez<_a.t_>domain.com with the real e-mail address.

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mcanosam

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Yes, i tried it but it doesn't work.
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freakinvibe

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I did some tests myself now.

Quote:

Adding the rule "To" and "CC" works fine.


But I didn't even get TO or CC to work. It works as expected, the Spam rules only apply to inbound mail for me.

How exactly did you get TO and CC to work?

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mcanosam

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I attach images with config and log that is working.
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freakinvibe

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Thanks for this. I have the same setup, but for me, even TO and CC don't work, so I can't help you in solving the BCC issue.

The reason for this is probably that all my user's computers are in the "Trusted IP address" group, so no check is done on any outgoing mail.

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mcanosam

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OK!. NO problem...Thanks for all!
Anyone can help me?
Regards!
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